Target announced it is joining forces with Tru Kids, the parent company of the Toys R Us brand, to help Toys R Us power its ecommerce site. Here is what customers can expect from the new ecommerce site.
Target is developing an option that lets customers consolidate ecommerce orders of multiple products into fewer packages. Here is how this new option could take on Amazon and change the way customers have their packages delivered.
Target reported a strong fourth quarter for ecommerce with digital sales up 31%, hitting $5 billion for the year, a five-fold increase since 2012. Overall comp sales were up 5.3% in Q4 on traffic growth of 4.5%, but revenue was flat at $23 billion.
Going the way of main rivals Walmart and Amazon, Target is launching its own third-party ecommerce marketplace, Target+, including a curated list of products from merchants that complement its own offerings in categories like home, toys, electronics and sporting goods.
Target reported a 41% increase in ecommerce sales during the second quarter, with overall revenue increasing 7%. Comp sales were up 6.5% in the quarter, the strongest showing since 2005, driven by a 6% growth in store traffic. Here are some opportunities Target plans to focus on in the future.
Target reported a healthy 28% gain in ecommerce sales in the first quarter, while same-store sales rose 3%, helped by a 3.7% growth in traffic. Strong categories included home goods, household essentials and food and beverage. Here is what Target has implemented that led to the success of the first quarter.
Target is throwing its hat into the augmented reality ring with its launch of a “See It in Your Space” feature on its mobile website. Find out how the company is changing the way people shop for furniture.
Godiva is expanding its reach beyond selling on its own website and Amazon to grocery chains including Walmart, Target, Kroger, Publix, Walgreens, Costco, BJ’s and Albertsons. Here is how it is making its brand more available to the masses.
Target is making some major moves in its mobile channel, integrating its Cartwheel loyalty technology with its mobile app to show customers nearby deals and offer up coupons to improve the shopping experience. Here is how this could be a game-changer for Target and the mobile experience.
Target is partnering with Pinterest to help shoppers find what they’re looking for by snapping a picture using Pinterest Lens, producing a curated set of products resembling the original image. See where else Target is implementing Pinterest Lens to drive sales.