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Is the dress blue and black or white and gold? Should consumers adjust their settings, or do retailers need to fine-tune their game?
Are you selling cross-border to the UK? Then you better make sure your ecommerce site is ready for the mobile shopper. Here’s a look at how mobile commerce is growing across the pond.
Be still my clogging arteries. Waffle House has entered the package delivery game. Kinda. Waffle House signed on to be the first official Roadie Roadhouse… Here’s why your package might be delivered with a side of grits.
If there is one major lesson merchants learned during the 2014 holiday season, it’s that mobile mattered more than ever. Mobile commerce went from being a necessary evil to an overnight game-changer. And the merchants that got on board with mobile commerce reaped the benefits of the iOS and Android-armed shoppers.
Sure, there were things like mimosa breaks and Xbox tournaments to lure eTail West attendees into the Solutions Zone. But attendees also made the most of their time at eTail West and met with their current and potential new technology vendors out on the show floor. Here’s a look at 6 eTail West 2015 vendors who stood out in the pack.
The Pacific Maritime Association and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union announced a tentative agreement Friday on a new five-year contract covering workers at all 29 West Coast ports.
Since I’m in Palm Springs for eTail West 2015, I figured it would be fun to look at what this show – and the industry in general – #IfThe80sNeverStopped
According to an NRF/Forrester survey, managing data security is the most urgent focus area for retail CIOs, with 97% of surveyed business leaders placing it at the top of their 2015 priority lists.
Two years after Kate Spade & Company’s launched its Kate Spade Saturday brand, ecommerce site and stores, the company announced the Kate Spade Saturday stores and and ecommerce site will close, and that the brand will be rolled into its kate spade new york brand.
Total volume for the USPS was 42.6 billion pieces compared to 42 billion pieces in the same quarter the previous year. Shipping and package volume increased 12.8%. However, liquidity remains a concern.