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Well this is exciting – shoe and apparel brand TOMS and Target are teaming up for a limited-edition holidays collection, with a generous twist.
Last weekend as I was shopping at HomeGoods, I came across a few people at the checkout who were all saying the same thing: It seems like the holiday shopping season is starting earlier and earlier each year.
Strategic inventory management is imperative for all retailers – especially thought already in distress – which could make or break the biggest revenue generating time of year. See what approaches to take with your inventory management.
This year, online holiday sales are expected to grow between eight and 11% over 2013, to as much as $105 billion.
If you want to be a successful marketer, you need to adopt an effective social listening strategy that allows you to communicate with your customers on their preferred channels, in ways that are timely and driven by both interest and convenience.
Halloween spending was expected to reach $7.4 billion, and it slowly has become one of the fastest-growing holidays. Here are some lessons that you can carry over for the holiday shopping season.
Just eight weeks after it announced a private pilot mode launch of its customer-centric and secure mobile payment solution, CurrentC, the Merchant Customer Exchange announced its email database has been hacked. So what does this mean for CurrentC?
It’s safe to say that same-day delivery isn’t a passing trend: vendors and carriers are listening by expanding their reach to major areas to make same-day delivery a reality. See what carriers are doing with same-day delivery.
With the holiday shopping season fast approaching, retailers are lining up in droves to offer “free” shipping to consumers as a promotional tool to drive sales.
For one thing, online shopping in China is a much bigger deal than it is in the West, as Singles Day sales volumes show. Yet unlike their counterparts in more mature economies, China’s increasingly affluent consumers are fairly new to e-tail. Here are seven key differences between Chinese and Western consumers.
by Curt Barry
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by Tommy Kelly
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