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An abundance of choice matched with uncertainty in the marketplace is bringing about a reluctance to commit—giving rise to a “sampling society” that prioritizes trying over buying. Sri Lanka, São Paulo and the US were devastated by floods this year. Products and services are adapting to accommodate a “sampling society” that prioritizes trying over buying.

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