From Anti-Fraud Banking Apps to Experiential Car Dealership

By: Jana Pijak - Nov 27, 2016
These November 2016 business trends range from anti-fraud banking apps to experiential car dealerships that allow visitors to shop for luxury vehicles while experiencing a premium level of service -- offered by a staff who isn't driven by commission or sales goals. This particular experiential retail approach by Jaguar targets consumers who are looking to invest in a high-end vehicle without pressuring them to make a quick purchase decision.

Other notable examples include sophisticated web platforms that measure a brand's online engagement without requiring a subscription fee -- OnBrand Grader is a free marketing tool and is ideal for startups and entrepreneurs who are looking to cut yearly costs.

Additional November 2016 business trends to take note of include influencer pairing algorithms that connect brands and content creators along with localized grocery deliveries that support independent farmers and food companies.