Millennials Wish You Would Send These 5 Promotions Over the Holidays

| Michael Osborne

As reported by the National Retail Federation, more than 174 million Americans headed in-store and online to shop during Cyber Week 2017. In that five-day period, millennials spent on average $419 per shopper, more than any other generation. Here is what millennials wish you promoted to them during the holiday season.

6 Considerations on Millennials in Your Ecommerce Fulfillment Workforce

| Brian Barry

Ecommerce fulfillment managers often grumble about the difficulty of hiring and managing millennials. For sure, they view life and work through a different lens. As a result, many businesses have struggled to find the best ways to integrate them into their culture. Here are 6 considerations to weigh when faced with these challenges.

Loyalty and the Rise of Gen Z

| Allison Novak

By 2020, Gen Z is projected to account for 40% of all consumers in the U.S. at a population of 84.7 million. Here is what you need to know about this demographic of shoppers and what it could mean for your business.

Back-to-School and College Spending Expected to Reach $82.8 Billion

| Daniela Forte

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.

3 Tips for Empowering Millennial Warehouse Workers

| Don White

As ecommerce fulfillment experiences rapid change, millennials are both a blessing and a curse. They offer valuable skills and insights but have gotten a bad rap. So how can you counteract the concerns and build a millennial-friendly workplace? Here are 3 suggestions as you bring this generation into your warehouse.

6 Reasons Retail Brands Should Invest in Corporate Social Responsibility

| Charlie Vanek

Connecting to the local communities before the age of Amazon and online shopping was a goal for many retailers. Times have changed and yet today’s consumers want companies to have social awareness by having a people, planet and profit approach to their retail business. Here are six reasons why companies should invest in social responsibility.

How More Brands Are Choosing to Build Loyalty by Giving Back

| Daniela Forte

When customers think about brands that give back, they may immediately think of TOMS, whose mission is to give a pair of shoes to children in need in over 70 countries with every pair sold. Today several other brands have followed TOMS’ lead in their own efforts to give back.