Retail stores may be facing an impending demise. Quite a number of once-popular retail stores have closed their doors for good. Customers simply went elsewhere leaving bookstores, sporting goods sellers, and general retail chains at a loss. Not every retail store has shut down, but the future looks quite grim for those intending to survive. Profits might not have reached critical loss levels yet, but more than a few major corporation CEOs look ahead and see a retail future that doesn’t include their stores.
Is this potentially impending retail transformation truly a bad thing, though? Perhaps the best way