Chain Store Age

30 March 2015

“There are two primary reasons why these local retailers got their groove back: an evolving consumer mindset that is reshaping their perception of value, and technology that is helping to revolutionize the retail landscape and level the playing field,” Dan Goldman, retail and private equity strategist at Kurt Salmon, writes in a Chain Store Age contributed byline discussing how local retailers are earning another chance in the spotlight. Goldman explains how technology, combined with consumers’ preference for high-quality, locally produced products, exceptional customer service and greater authenticity are key factors that will ultimately continue to set local mom-and-pop stores apart from big-brand retailers.

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