Here you can find several showcases of QR Code Virtual Stores and other uses of QR Codes for selling products on smartphones.
In the last couple of months, QR Code Virtual Stores have been popping up all around the world. After the launch of Tesco (Homeplus) Virtual Store in South Korea in 2009, the number of virtual stores is increasing rapidly. We have gathered a number of inspiring examples of QR Code stores from the US, Europe, Asia, UK, Canada, Hungary, Netherlands, Germany, South Korea and Sweden. What’s your favorite? Have you already seen a store in your own area? Or are you the first one to start your own QR Code Virtual Store? […]
Can you enter a saturated FCMG market without expanding physical stores and quickly obtain a large market share? This challenge was formulated by Tesco in 2009, when they decided to enter the South Korean market with the Home plus formula. South Korea has a unique culture and with Tesco’s drive to localize their stores, the retailer had to come up with a brilliant idea; combine the tech-orientation of the population and their work ethic to offer an innovative QR Code service. […]
The O’Neill Kite World Cup in The Hague and Kite Board Open in Noordwijk, both held in May, draw kite surfers from around the world to The Netherlands to show their skills and enjoy the great wind conditions. As always these events also showcase the newest in kite manufacturing, clothing and apparel and shops can present themselves and their products to the consumers. […]