eCommerce websites are getting use out of retail space
Your online business may be doing well online, but could it do better if it had a physical counterpart? While most e-commerce retailers start out online exclusively, they don't have to stay there.
Many previously online-only businesses are seeing success with limited brick and mortar locations. These new shops are smaller than most other retail stores and customers buy things online as well as in-store, reducing need for storage space. According to Tech Crunch, retail startups like Bonobos, Warby Parker and Birchbox are paving the way for counter-side sale disruption.
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