Accueil » NRF: Observations from the Retail Big Show 2022 NRF: Observations from the Retail Big Show 2022 Fabrice Haiat, C.E.O. of Yoobic, and Guillaume Rio, Director of Technology Trends at Echangeur BNP Paribas PF, covered the NRF in New York. Where the 2022 show was disrupted by Covid-19, they decode for Mind Retail the main axes of U.S. retail. Through . Published on 04 February 2022 à 17h19 - Update on 04 February 2022 à 18h09 Resources Order processing, robotics and automation. The quest for logistics efficiency, from picking to last-mile delivery, formed a common thread at the NRF. “The trend towards automation has left its mark on me,” summarises Guillaume Rio. It has accelerated significantly, particularly in the grocery sector, around various axes like picking or deliveries via autonomous vehicles. Players like Gopuff, Door Dash and Jokr are using their fundraising to buy up vacant retail sq.m and set up dark stores in nearby cities. Amazon is doing the same. In food, Walmart and Target are setting up more and more independent “micro-fulfillment centers”… This article is for subscribers only Already have an account? Log in You are not registered yet ? Sign up for a free trialfree for 1 month Online services : studies, analyses, databases and much more Daily Briefing : latest news digest Weekly letters Last name First name Email address Essentials Synthèse et historique de tous les contenus sur une thématique suivie en détails par la rédaction Les dernières publications Trends in 2023 for transformation of the retail market E-retail media: a market in the process of a formal structure Analyzes Synthèse et historique de tous les contenus sur une thématique suivie en détails par la rédaction Les dernières publications Charging for returns: pure players follow the lead of omnichannel retailers Ads.txt: which advertising providers do retailers work with?