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By the middle of the 21st century, several major changes will have profoundly transformed retail.

While the physical store remains an essential destination for customers, the ever-increasing digitalisation of society could end up changing all that.

In a time when the digital world seems to be overtaking personal connections, Nathan Stern is taking a fresh look at the core principles of retail.

In a constantly evolving retail landscape, the capacity for innovation and reinvention is what sets the leaders of tomorrow apart.

Autonomous driving is transforming from a dream into a tangible reality, aiming to revolutionize our transportation systems.

Today, advances in artificial intelligence and automation technologies point to a future in which robots will play an increasingly important role for retailers.

Between the climate crisis and geopolitical tensions, globalised trade is becoming fragmented.

The connected car can transmit data in real time and communicate with any digital platform, including e-commerce sites.

The automotive industry is undergoing a remarkable transformation, experiencing unparalleled changes in technology and market dynamics.

Retailers and technology providers recently rolled into New York City for the annual jamboree that is Retail’s Big Show, organised by the NRF.