With the changing tide of consumer preferences and the permeation of online shopping into the norm of everyday consciousness, retail has been a central narrative in the news over the past two years. According to Business Insider, more than 3,800 stores are closing in 2018, so where does Cincinnati’s future lie within this precarious and ever-evolving industry?
Join Ivy Costa, Sloane Boutique co-owner and Stylist, Lawrence Song, Retail Interior Designer at FRCH Design Worldwide, Anthony Palazzolo, Commercial Leasing Officer at 3CDC, Chris Berre, Co-Owner of Romualdo Men’s Store, Leah Spurrier, co-founder and co-owner of HighStreet., Chanel Scales, CEO of Shingo llc. and future store owner, and Andrew Naab, Director of Retail Development at Downtown Cincinnati Inc., in an evening moderated by The Cincinnati Business Courier very own Tom Demeropolis. Come along as we journey through the retail industry’s impact on the #QueenCity and how we, as a collective community, can continue to support its evolution.
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