clicks-and-mortar

Definition

adjective
conducting business both through e-commerce and also in the traditional way in buildings such as stores and warehouses.
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"...there may be a silver lining for 'clicks-and-mortar' stores that have both an online and a high street presence. Many of these are accepting returns of goods purchased online at their traditional stores.

This is a service that may make them more popular as consumers become more experienced online shoppers" [Financial Times]

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You should try to be very good at business in both clicks-and-mortar so that you are attacking it from all angles.

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The clicks-and-mortar took place in warehouses and I thought that was cool and I thought everything was okay and good.

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Jackson knew that clicks-and-mortar approach to his new business would be the most efficient way to invite both local and global business.

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