HSBC's Disruption and Innovation:
What's Next for the Global Retail Market?

From future trends in retail and apparel sustainability to the growing role of influencers in brand marketing strategy, learn what's shaping retail today - and how your brand should adapt to keep up.

Overview

What does it take to compete in today's changing retail market?

The need to meet growing consumer demand has opened the door for innovative new brand strategies. Speed to market has become top of mind for retailers and wholesalers alike as brands focus more on increased flexibility and quicker production models to appeal to shifting consumer preferences. But in an age where consumers are demanding increasingly more options, how can businesses keep up?

We tackled these themes and more at our recent event, Disruption and Innovation: What’s Next for the Global Retail Market? – a full day of discussion, offering best practices and solutions to help businesses better navigate the changing retail landscape.

Over the past few decades, the retail sector has seen unprecedented change - none more impactful than digital and e-commerce.

Eric Fisch SVP, National Sector Head, Retail & Apparel, HSBC Bank USA N.A.

HSBC's Disruption & Innovation: What's Next for the Global Retail Market?

View highlights from our recent event.

Building Your Brand in an Age of Retail Transformation

Today’s shifting retail landscape demands a new, holistic approach to the consumer experience.

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Putting Sustainability to Work For Your Bottom Line

No longer just the cost of doing business, sustainability reveals its hidden value.

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Reimagining the Buyer Shopping Experience

Retailers are paving the way for highly personalized brand experiences.

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