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David Kepron

As a retail design, merchandising and brand consultant, David draws on 25 years of work as an architect, artist, and educator. His multidisciplinary approach to the creation of shopping places focuses on understanding consumer behavior and the creation of relevant shopping experiences at the intersection of architecture, sociology, neuroscience and emerging digital technologies. His portfolio includes projects ranging from high-end fashion luxury name brands to off-price mass merchants, and from fully interactive high-tech bricks and clicks to independent mom and pop retailers. David’s clients have included ILORI, Perry Ellis, Toys‘R Us, Lacoste, Polo Jeans Company, Godiva Chocolatier, Levi’s, Calvin Klein, Nautica, Ralph Lauren, Lane Bryant, Capital One Bank, Darden Restaurants, Aramark, L’Occitane, and Kohl’s. As a frequently requested speaker to retailers and design professionals nationally and internationally, David shares his expertise on subjects ranging from consumer behaviors and trends, brain science and buying behavior, value engineering, store design and visual merchandising.

The Retail (r)Evolution

Whether you are shopping, having a candlelit dinner, waiting for a bus or to see a doctor in an urgent care clinic, our brains...