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£15 for a salad! – EE’s version of a NFC wallet ‘cash on tap’ shown here – NFC might be great, but it doesn’t stop you getting ripped off…

Simon Liss
Simon LissConnected RetailRetail Technology Predictions 2014

Here at 20.20, we are becoming increasingly convinced that the best part of Christmas is November. The shoppers are still civil, the adverts are still novel, the tunes have yet to cloy and the spiced lattes have yet to curdle. Also, London looks like the above.

So, we thought it was probably the perfect opportunity for a little early-bird look at this year’s Christmas windows.

Nicole Wilson
design consultancylondonOxford StreetChristmas Windows
Pets at Home

This article was written by Glynn Davis and published on Retail Insider.

Category killers were all the rage for many years when their primary attributes of large out-of-town sheds with car parks and massive ranges of products were regarded as the key to success in retail.

Zara Weller

Following on from our earlier blog on our favourite exhibitions at Tent, our designers then went on to the V&A to see what was being shown there. See below- four further favourite exhibits.

4. Ear Chairs Studio Makkink & Bey (Rianne Makkink and Jurgen Bey) 2003. The Ear Chairs found at V&A, received a major interest from the public. The designers have managed to create an environment, which captures more of a personal connection between those who are sitting in the chairs.

Zara Weller
London design festivaldesign blog20.20

The team from 20.20 went to see and experience all the innovation on display at the London Design Festival. This blog is dedicated to Tent and our top 3 exhibitions. 

1. Swing table by Duffy London – bringing meetings to life, with a twist.

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