What’s in store for the future of retail? Join our upcoming #FrameLive post-pandemic design talk
Retail – another industry feeling the full impact of COVID-19. Moving beyond the corona-crisis, bricks-and-mortar stores will need to build-up consumers’ confidence in them as safe places to purchase. But what’s really in store for retail design in the post-pandemic era? How will shoppers interact with brands and products in a near-touchless society? What new technologies will be harnessed to control the store environment and flow of traffic into these spaces? Our next talk aims to address just that.
Created to connect the interior design community with events that facilitate novel thinking and fuel innovation in the spatial-design industry, #FrameLive invites you to join us for our next iteration to explore what’s in store for the future of retail post-COVID-19.
#FrameLive Presents: Post-pandemic retail design – will shops be safe spaces?
11 June 2020 at 16.00 CEST
If retailers are to bounce back after lockdown lifts, it will only be through establishing their premises not only as experiential playgrounds, but also as trusted and transparent safe havens. Industry insiders discuss the opportunities and challenges lying ahead for retail design. Vincent Sturkenboom (creative director, De Bijenkorf), Andreas Bozarth Fornell (founder, Specific Generic) and Thomas Braun (managing director, Liganova Netherlands) gather in conversation with Frame founder Robert Thiemann.
This event is hosted on Zoom – register to secure a spot here.
Stay tuned, we’ll be announcing more talks and workshops every week. Interested in participating in our #FrameLive programme? Reach out to us to discover the possibilities here.