Keeping Shop: A look at Apple’s In-Store Retail [Infograhic]

Posted by Matthew Snider with 2 Comments

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Apple Stores are an amazing feat of retail awesomesauce. They keep popping up around the world while their competitors are closing up shop. Why?

Well, because Apple has the formula for success down. They don’t change much about it and continue to succeed in what they do.

So the now infamous Steve Jobs is not so crazy after his store idea was laughed at years ago huh? Now his idea is modeled after by many retailers around the world.

Take a bite of the Apple Store success below in this infographic.

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2 responses to Keeping Shop: A look at Apple’s In-Store Retail [Infograhic]

  1. wow…that Harvard stat is pretty misleading haha…as if the same people are applying. I’m sure that there are people that are applying to apple and then going across the mall and applying at EB games…while Harvard applicants are also looking at Yale and Princeton as their “safety schools” and the cool kids like me that went to state school dare not apply, we know we aren’t that smart…even if we realize that 30,000 plus 13,000 does not equal 42,200.

    Apple has a lot of good things going for them, obviously, I just think it’s funny when people feel like they have to throw in some out of context stat to prove their value. I only accepted one applicant to be my wife out of the 4 billion women in the world, but that doesn’t have anything to do with Harvard being a good school or Apple being a profitable company.

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