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Luxury Retail Bounces Back

Luxury Retail Earnings to Double 2016 wasn’t a terribly strong year for global luxury retail growth at just 4% overall, but 2017 is already shaping up to nearly double that growth to 7% by the end of the year. This is definitely welcome news as the greater retail industry continues to grapple with waves of changes in […]

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Now Hiring: Field Leads & Project Managers

Sky Retail Services is hiring! We’re looking to add on qualified candidates for several field lead & project manager positions in Cumming, GA, our headquarters location. We encourage all who are interested to apply regardless of your level of field experience (although that is great to have!), and we are equal opportunity employers. We’re looking […]

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Vocabulary of Retail: What is a Category Reset?

Remodel, renovation, redesign—use any of these terms to describe a job to a retail industry outsider and you’’ll be understood. But when we start throwing out terms like “category reset” or “merchandising reset,” we know we’re just asking for blank stares from friends and family! So we’re dedicating a blog to demystifying this little bit […]

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Retail Trends Rollout: “Co-Retail” Spaces

So many current trends seem to revolve around evolving answers to the question of how to use public spaces. Do consumers want to shop in shopping centers, or in multi-use developments where they also work and play? Should work be done alone in an office, or in a co-working space where you can also network […]

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Finding The Remodel Opportunity: Retail Lemons into Lemonade

A new profile of consumer goods retailer Target’s latest moves offers an interesting case study on how retailers can stay agile in a time of market chaos.  As malls begin to lose consumer interest in an age of online shopping, a large number of bankruptcies and store closures have been announced by retailers who long relied on […]

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New Report Shows Retail Rollou Opportunity For U.S Market

Now is a time of big change in the American retail market. We’re seeing expansion from European chains like ALDI and Lidl, while former-stalwarts like Macy’s shutter and struggle. it might seem as though European retail brands are experiencing more of an upswing than their American counterparts, but a new report from CBRE groupsuggests a more […]

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