Whether customers are looking for something specific or simply just browsing online or in store, finding a sale is always a bonus. Through specials, retailers strategically place products where customers are sure to find them, physically and digitally. Here is how Lowe’s was able to significantly improve the complex process of producing print and digital circulars across its 400,000 SKUs
On a recent trip to New York, I took the lovely ten-minute stroll from my hotel to Amazon’s newly opened SoHo neighborhood retail store, Amazon 4-star. Let me take a moment to call out some of my own observations and what they could be signaling for the future for Amazon’s brick-and-mortar retail business.
Retailers with a physical presence have an advantage over pure-play ecommerce companies this holiday season, according to a survey by JLL Retail, with 57.3% of consumers planning to make the majority of their purchases there. See what five retailers consumers prefer as well as other predictions for their shopping habits this holiday season.
To find an optimal balance between online and in-store shopping, forward-thinking retailers are reevaluating the concept of brick-and-mortar and reinventing the customer experience. This has led to a broader view of how to get the most value from physical spaces. Learn about the latest ways physical and digital are converging.
As brands race to provide consumers with seamless digital experiences that will ensure retention and secure their place alongside the big disruptors, it often seems that pure players have an unfair advantage over their brick-and-mortar counterparts. See what the main difference is between pure-players and brick-and-mortar businesses.
Brands are competing for dollars with big-box retailers like Staples, Office Depot, Walmart and Target as well as computer and apparel companies. With so much at stake, how can you influence back-to-school shoppers? Here is what brands need to know to get more attention and an increased share of purse.