On Aug. 30, amendments to California’s Prop 65 will require specific identification in all labeling and product descriptions – print and online – when items contain known carcinogens or can be toxic to reproductive health. Find out what these changes mean and how they will impact you if you sell to customers in California.
It’s been almost a month since the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark Wayfair decision, and ecommerce sellers are still wondering what comes next. Matthew Schaefer of Brann and Isaacson, whose firm represented Wayfair and the other defendants, details the landscape in the latest MCM CommerceChat podcast.
Total back-to-school spending for children in K-12 and college combined is projected to reach $82.8 billion this year, down from $83.6 billion in 2017, according to the National Retail Federation’s annual survey, which was conducted with research partner Prosper Insights & Analytics. Here are the results from the survey and what it means for the back-to-school shopping season.
As the saying goes, the more things change the more they stay the same. This is certainly true about today’s retail landscape. As ecommerce has certainly changed the way people are shopping, what the industry is finding is that more and more ecommerce retailers are looking to physical locations. Here is a look at how much retail is evolving and what the future holds.
Social commerce is a relatively new concept for many shoppers. Being able to shop through social media while engaging with a brand is one way retailers can have an exceptional shopping experience. Check out this infographic by 16Best.net as it highlights how social media is changing the way shoppers are shopping brands.
Though summer may seem like it’s just getting started, the mad dash of back-to-school shopping is already around the corner. This season is a huge opportunity for apparel and accessories brands to see a lift in sales, as students and their families set out to buy new clothes, backpacks, glasses, school supplies and everything in between. Here is how brands can set themselves apart from the competition during the back-to-school season.