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Introducing Task Structures: A New, Easy Way to Manage Tasks in Foko Retail

Announcements

Over 60 major retailers are currently using Tasks in Foko Retail to manage in-store execution and get real-time data on store performance. Now, we’re making it even easier for retailers and brands to monitor execution and ensure compliance.

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Game’s Over: What Forward-Thinking Retailers Can Learn From The Demise of Toys “R” Us

Opinion

Major retailers need to re-think the in-store experience to keep customers coming back (or entering in the first place). To do so, they have to turn their stores into both educational and entertainment destinations.

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The Complete Guide to Setting up a Successful (and Stunning) Pop-Up Shop

How-to Guide

Journalists have been warning businesses of the retail apocalypse for years now (spoiler alert: the industry always bounces back — the National Retail Federation says sales are expected to increase 3.8% to 4.4% in 2018). But one area of retail that refuses to die is the pop-up shop. Now, thanks...

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Foko Retail to Bring Shoppers Back to Brick & Mortar with Enhanced Platform

Announcements

We've unveiled new compliance features to our visual communications platform that will improve customer experiences for multi-location retailers. The new enhancements build upon existing functionalities that will help retailers assign tasks and surveys, request photos and give feedback on submissions in real-time, so stores can reach compliance faster.

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Here’s How to Use Foko Retail to Better Manage Compliance

Article

For many retailers, proper in-store execution involves managing an array of time-sucking and outdated communication platforms — including intranets, email, and private messaging apps — in tandem to get the job done. So it’s no surprise that managers overseeing hundreds of locations sometimes struggle to stay on top of what’s...

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Amazon Just Put 40,000 Plants in its New Offices — Here’s What Visual Merchandisers Can Learn From the Move

Article

In 2008, the world’s population experienced a monumental change — more people were officially living in cities than rural communities. And although urban life has many benefits, the sense of solitude that comes with living in the countryside (generally) isn’t one of them. That’s something Amazon.com, Inc. CEO Jeff Bezos was...

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