Price tops in-store experience in shopping decisions
By Petah Marian | 6 February 2013
Many bricks-and-mortar clothing retailers have been working to improve the in-store environment as a means of differentiating themselves from pure-play online retailers. But new research from Oracle Retail now suggests that price, choice and location are more important.
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