Per Home Centre, retailer di grande spicco nel Medio Oriente, Grottini Retail Environments realizza  uno spazio che diventa casa.
Projects
The “Interactive Vending Machine” for UNILEVER Ice Cream Division.
Grottini Communication develops and re-interprets the concept of “vending machine”, which becomes interactive and involving for the consumer who wants to know, buy and, why not, play!
The “Interactive Vending Machine” for UNILEVER Ice Cream Division.
Eye on
Sustainability and CSR: paramount.
Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility climbed up the list of priorities for major global brands and retailers; here’s the result of a new survey conducted by Consumer Goods Forum.

Sustainability and CSR: paramount.
Events
Digital Signage Expo 2010
Essen, Germany
Among the most awaited events, Digital Signage Expo 2010 has just closed its doors in Essen, Germany, with all its astonishing news and wonders about Digital Signage.
Digital Signage Expo 2010
Good to read
The Retail Revolution.
How Wal-Mart Created a Brave New World of Business
Nelson Lichtenstein

Professor of History at the University of California, where he runs the Center for the Study of Work, Labor and Democracy, Nelson Lichtenstein represents one of the top experts when it comes to Labor and Politics. This book joins his rich collection of essays all focused on Wal-Mart, a real powerful giant in the global commercial scenery.

With this latest work Lichtenstein offers a purely technical explanation for the success of this company which redesigned global commerce; a real “power” able to spread the "evangelical Protestantism" in workplace, to make South China an American workshop and to push American politics right-bound.

In the meantime, the author does not forget to shed a light also on a darker side of its "manoeuvres" (concerning employment procedures). Rich in insights, original and sagacious, this book opens a fresh and enlightening view over Wal-Mart phenomenon.


The Retail Revolution.


For 120 years, the companies that manufactured things in America, from toothpaste to TVs, were on top, dictating the kind of products they would make and the prices at which they would sell. The retail revolution subverted that manufacturing power, giving to Wal-Mart, and the other big box retailers that followed its lead, unprecedented economic and social power.”.

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