Year in location: 2017

Industry trends revealed

Your Guide to Foot Traffic Trends in 2017

Which brands won the year in terms of foot traffic? Who stole share-of-visit from competitors and at what times? What effect did industry disruptions have on in-store visitation? The answers to these questions and more lie in location. Download PlaceIQ's Year in Location reports to learn about the trends and insights that shaped various industries in 2017.


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The Retail Report

Last year, Target stole visit share from Walmart during the holidays, Best Buy capitalized on the e-commerce disruption, and Sephora grew foot traffic by 15% during their annual promotion. What else happened in the retail industry in 2017? Download the report for more insights and tactical recommendations.

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The QSR Report

Last year, 7-Eleven's broke into the category with fresh meals in select markets, Starbucks received low efficiency scores, and Hooters proved Valentine's Day isn't just about couples. What else happened in the QSR industry in 2017? Download the full report for more insights, and tactical recommendations.

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The CPG Report

Last year, Kroger won Super Bowl Sunday weekend, Whole Foods pulled ahead in terms of visitors-per-store following their acquisition by Amazon, and Costco beat out Walmart and Target in terms of efficiency. What else happened in the CPG industry in 2017? Download the full report for more insights, and tactical recommendations.

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The Auto Report

Last year, Hyundai won President's Day weekend, consumers spent an average of 39 minutes at an auto dealership, and non-luxury dealerships saw 39% more visitors-per-location than luxury dealerships. What else happened in the auto industry in 2017? Download the full report for more insights, and tactical recommendations.

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