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  • 2014 Back-to-school survey: Rising to the head of the class
    Deloitte’s “Back-to-School” and “Back-to-College” surveys reveal the latest trends likely to impact spending this school season.
  • The new digital divide: Retailers, shoppers and the digital influence factor
    Deloitte’s research shows that today digital technologies influence 36 percent or $1.1 trillion of in-store retail sales, and this number will likely increase to 50 percent of in-store sales by the end of 2014.
  • Global powers of luxury goods 2014
    This inaugural report identifies the 75 largest luxury goods companies around the world, and examines the trends shaping the sector. It also looks at M&A deals and provides a global economic outlook.
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    To keep a close watch on what and who is shaping the eCommerce retail environment, Deloitte performs an annual assessment of the business capabilities of the online channel.
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    While many retail global expansion efforts have traditionally focused on new brick-and-mortar store openings, retailers have recently turned to a new growth engine by entering foreign markets through eCommerce.
  • 2014 outlook on retail
    Deloitte’s U.S. Retail & Distribution leader, Alison Kenney Paul, sits down with Deloitte.com to discuss the biggest challenges facing the industry in the coming year and some steps retailers can take to foster innovation and growth in 2014.
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    Produced in conjunction with Stores magazine, this report identifies the 250 largest retailers around the world and provides an analysis of market capitalization in the industry.
  • Retail globalization: Navigating the maze
    The easy growth is over. What options are there for retailers entering new markets?
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    Exploring opportunities for retail investment in 10 "hidden cities" – two in Latin America; two in Africa; one in Europe; and five in Asia.
  • Mobile retailing: Are you ready for radical change?
    Mobile technology is affecting many parts of a retailer’s business: from inventory management to cross-channel integration, talent recruitment, and more. This report outlines seven important mobile retailing implications that are emerging as universal.
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