Well it’s the very end of the year, which means you’ve been seeing a lot of “roundup” post ( ex: best of 2013 ) and prediction posts ( ex: coming in 2014 ) on blogs and websites this holiday season. Here’s 8 worth reading:
What’s there to do in China for Christmas? As it turns out, quite a lot, so don’t just sit at home and wait for your lump of coal from Santa this year, get out there and celebrate. Here’s 5 ways to do it:
2014 looks to be another year of changing mindsets and priorities in Asia. Despite a much-reported growth ‘slowdown’ and political upheavals, the region’s development will continue apace.
Asian consumers will continue to rethink the status quo and demand that brands help them better manage – and even deliver balance – to their hyper-crammed lives. Here are 5 trends reflecting Asian change in 2014:
A pop-up retail space is a venue that is temporary — the space could be a sample sale one day and host a private cocktail party the next evening. The trend involves “popping-up” one day, then disappearing anywhere from one day to several weeks later.
These shops, while small and temporary, can build up interest by consumer exposure. Pop-up retail allows a company to create a unique environment that engages their customers, as well as generates a feeling of relevance and interactivity.