Hardware Retailing

MAY 2017

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Target Today 360 In the next three years, Target plans to remodel and fully renovate more than 600 store locations. The first of the redesigned stores is slated to debut in October near Houston. The store will provide two different shopping experiences, accessible through separate entrances, according to Target. One entrance will be designed to draw customers in to browse, and the other will be a quick stop for picking up web orders or groceries. To further improve the customer experience, Target will also be giving store employees new tools. The plan is to provide technology that will allow workers to search for inventory, take mobile payments and arrange for deliveries, all from the salesfloor, according to Target. Adding Locations, Decreasing Space Although many retailers are scaling back on brick-and-mortar locations, Target's investment in improvements will include new stores. See our catalog at trilynx.com ORDER NOW Call 1-800-463-5505 or email sales@trilynx.com

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