Podcast: Concept Retail seeks to bring in-store shopping experience to Web

SNEWS® Live -- Concept Retail -- www.conceptretail.com -- is seeking to change the way online stores merchandise products, and as a result, make the online shopping experience more like an in-store one to consumers.
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SNEWS® Live -- Concept Retail -- www.conceptretail.com -- is seeking to change the way online stores merchandise products, and as a result, make the online shopping experience more like an in-store one for consumers. Though not a new concept, the execution of it is turning some heads, and already has The North Face and JanSport on board. Is this the next phase in Internet shopping? Is it hype or something you need to pay attention to? Listen in.

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