Tag Archives: Euclid

How Men and Women Use Technology While Shopping 

Euclid has just published the results of an important study: “Evolution of Retail: The Gender Gap — How Men and Women Use Technology While Shopping.” Click here to access the report [Note: A free sign-in is required.   As Euclid notes: … Continue reading

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Who Is Most Apt to Use a Smartphone in the Store?

In just a short time, smartphone in-store usage has exploded. Unsurprisingly, younger shoppers are leading the way. According to eMarketer: “A February 2017 survey of U.S. smartphone users conducted by Euclid Analytics found that respondents ages 16 to 21 (Generation … Continue reading

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Can Bricks-and-Mortar Retailers Get Better Consumer Data?

Online retailers are able to generate enormous amounts of information about shoppers — quickly  and inexpensively. Store-based retailers often wish that it was so simple for them to obtain such data. Consider these observations from Dawn Klingensmith, reporting for the Path to … Continue reading

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