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Retailers say they are prepared for global expansion and some say they are staying ahead of the curve when it comes to the global expansion initiative.
With more and more shoppers using mobile devices in-store, it is is disrupting how shoppers are shopping. This report by InReality shows what changes are occurring in retail.
The Home Depot announced enhancements to its online tools, tips and products that will combine to form an in-store and online shopping experience in time for Home Depot’s Spring Black Friday,
Alibaba’s mobile Taobao announced an enhanced version of its mobile merchant tool called “Micro Store.” See what this will mean for Alibaba.
With omnichannel becoming the norm these days, retailers are trying to figure out where to begin, which avenue to take first. Macy’s
It’s hard to believe (or maybe not) that a brand launching in Target could cause such a commotion. See what happened when Lilly Pulitzer launched for Target.
If there is anything we learned at all from 2014, it’s that merchants need to be different from their competitors in all facets of the business, especially the shipping and delivery portion of their business.
While many may think that ecommerce is ruling retail, 94% of retail shopping was done in-store in 2014. This infographic shows three in-store shopping myths debunked.
Walgreens announces the closure of 200 U.S. stores by 2017 as part of a cost-cutting initiative. See what this will mean for the company.
While consumers are willing to share their personal information with trusted businesses for experiences that are unique to them, the study found, they expect brands to deliver an outstanding customer experience.
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