CX Weekly

This week in retail, shipping containers are offering the chance for small businesses to spread brand awareness without hiking rent prices and a new shopping mall in Sweden promises to make second hand shopping stylish.

In leisure, a new mindfulness app tailors content to improve your daily mood.

We hope these insights inspire your business to think differently about your own customer experiences.

Retail Stories

How reimagined shipping containers are helping small businesses thrive. 
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To combat the charity shop stigma, a new shopping mall in Sweden is bringing second hand shopping into the mainstream. 
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New Wanna Kicks AR app allows you to try on the latest shoes virtually. 
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Ahold Delhaize are launching in-store robots named Marty to identify hazards. 
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Leisure Stories

Bose has developed noise-cancelling technology for cars. 
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Moodrise, the latest mindfulness app offers different forms of content designed to boost your mood. 
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Positive Tomorrow, a new school designed by and for homeless children in Oklahoma includes hang out spaces, washing facilities and a food lab. 
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New restaurant Spiritland at Royal Festival Hall in London offers diners an acoustic eating experience for music lovers to engage and connect. 
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Statistic

63% of people in the UK have visited museums and galleries specifically to de-stress. 
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