Retailers are taking advantage of the digital age, offering a range of products and services that can be bought on the web.
But the retail industry is also trying to understand what is happening to the old ways of selling, and how they might evolve.
In the past, most clothing sold in shops was made by the manufacturer and then made by a third party to sell at a higher price.
Nowadays, retailers offer online-only products like jeans, boots and sweaters, which are made by companies in-house.
The retailers say they are offering these online-based items at a lower price because they can’t make them in factories.
This has resulted in a huge shift in how people shop, and the shopping habits of their shoppers.
A new book, “The Future of Shopping: How Retailers Are Changing the Way We Shop” by The Times Higher Education Supplement, looks at how retailing has evolved.
For example, online retailers are offering products online that weren’t available in the stores that were once the main way people shopped, the authors said.
Online shoppers can also choose from many different stores online, including in supermarkets, convenience stores and thrift shops.
And online retailers offer a wider selection of products, with many more brands available, they said.
For the retailing industry, this is a game-changer.
It means consumers are shopping more online, making more of their shopping choices.
But it also means retailers are trying to adapt.
Some retailers are starting to offer in-store sales as part of their online sales, like Amazon and eBay.
But this is changing the way they sell their products, as they are also offering online services like direct-to-consumer shopping and coupons.
The authors of the book said online retailers were trying to be different from the traditional way they sold goods.
They are also trying their best to make their products more relevant to people’s shopping habits.
The retail industry will have to adapt to this.