When you compare Sears Holdings with its big box counterparts, it seems to be ahead of the curve when it comes to innovation and technology. However, Sears Holdings is losing money like crazy, and rumor has it store closings will escalate. Here’s a look at some of the technology and innovation that’s making Sears Holdings brands Sears and Kmart look like winners.
Under ecommerce excellence, Williams-Sonoma has focused on marketing effectiveness, personalization of its website, on-site search, and the culture of the company and more. See what else Williams-Sonoma had to say at NEMOA’s directXchange conference last month.
Cute and timely video produced by IKEA, and resurfaced the same week of Apple’s latest technology splash. The narrator discusses the benefits of IKEA’s new “Bookbook,” and its high-res images, expandable “screen size,” etc.
Jane Glazer founded Rochester-based Home Trends Catalog in 1983, and changed its name to QCI Direct to reflect its newly-launched ecommerce site in 2011.
The Best Cigar Prices Father’s Day Cigar Catalog is a 96-page catalog featuring hundreds of unique cigar and cigar accessory items from the top brands in the industry.
Sears Holdings Corp. announced its separation from its Lands’ End clothing business, according to a press release. Lands’ End Inc., filed a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Dec. 6.
If the Marketplace Fairness Act were to pass, will it really have a serious impact on mom-and-pop online merchants? Jonathan Barsade, CEO of Exactor, dives into the complicated and highly debated online sales tax issue and discusses how proper compliance software will ease the possible burden for small ecommerce shops.
One of the first things I realized when I attended the fall NEMOA directXchange conference in Providence, RI., I was no longer the new girl anymore. The second thing I … Continue Reading →
While some merchants say the Marketplace Fairness Act could put them out of business, one industry expert shared his thoughts on what the true cost the MFA will be for retailers.
The True Simplification of Taxation, also known as TruST, is asking millions of catalog shoppers to let the House Judiciary Committee know how the passing of the Marketplace Fairness Act could affect them as shoppers.