Eric Feigenbaum

Alternatives to unsightly scaffolding can change...
They’re part of the urban landscape, they're everywhere. Scaffolding, known in the industry as construction or sidewalk...
Retail theater is alive and well across New York...
While serving as the store manager at Marshall Fields, Harry Gordon Selfridge said, “Every day is show day in this...
China’s retail scene continues to wow locals and...
This past April, I visited Washington, D.C., to attend the graduation of the School of Foreign Affairs at Georgetown...
A look back on an exciting year of change in the...
The holiday season is upon us and change is in the air. And while the frosty breeze may leave us yearning for holiday cheer...
Its updated design was influenced by beachfront...
London Jewelers (Glen Cove, N.Y.) has been a mainstay on Long Island for more than 90 years, beginning with its first store...
Reduced footprints in urban centers are the order...
As Target (Minneapolis) continues to develop its expansion and renovation strategies with plans for approximately 30 new...
Building relationships and customer connections
John Wanamaker first set up shop in Center City, Philadelphia, more than 100 years ago with what was arguably one of the...
“Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion” at the Brooklyn...
Fashion and art are both time-honored barometers for the pulse of society, and the heartbeat of culture. As the two...
The luxury jeweler recognizes the fetching allure...
Tiffany’s, established in 1837 by Charles Louis Tiffany, has gone on to become one of the world’s most revered jewelry...
Customer behavior has changed forever
It’s clear that the retail industry is changing exponentially and retailers in every sector are scrambling to adjust. But...

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