New Report Shows Nearly Half of U.S. Consumers Still Prefer In-Store Shopping
48% of respondents prefer to shop in-person at a physical store when given the choice, according to a new report from Raydiant, a full-service digital signage and experience platform provider.
Its “State of the In-Store Experience Report” surveyed 1,000 U.S. consumers on July 22, with a goal of better understanding the impact the in-store experience has on modern consumers.
Key findings include:
- 82% of respondents say a positive in-location experience makes them more likely to return to a physical establishment.
- 42% of respondents say in-store customer service has improved over the past six months.
- 47% of respondents estimated that they’ve spent more than 51% of their shopping budget in physical locations so far in 2021.
“The findings confirm our belief that brick-and-mortar retail is not dying, it’s simply evolving,” said Bobby Marhamat, CEO, “and that the retailers who are focused on creating true in-store experiences are positioned to thrive as the retail landscape continues to evolve.”
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