From mobile barber shops to grocery stores boasting top tier amenities, the top 2015 business trends showcase a variety of patterns that provide insight into what the modern consumer might expect from the brands they patronize.
So-called "cannabis tourism" has emerged as a big opportunity for states where recreational cannabis has been legalized, with Denver and Seattle in particular emerging as unique destinations for consumers looking to take advantage of high-brow offerings unavailable in their own region.
Additionally, the democratization of business via the sharing economy has given way to a variety of opportunities that extend beyond realm of ridesharing apps like Uber and Airbnb.
To further explore some of the overarching patterns defining business trends going into the year ahead, look to our 2016 Trend Report.
Top 100 Business Trends of 2015
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Voluptuous Celebrity Portraits
Inexpensive 3D-Printed Villas
Branded Experiential Pop-Up Bars
Shipping Container Campuses