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Retailers experienced tremendous challenges over the last year as they coped with the pandemic.
People are coming out of their long COVID-19 hibernation, and they are eager to shop.
In 2020, U.S. retail returns totaled $428 billion. That's 10.6% of total retail trade.
Expect more retailers to build out their online ad platforms.
As e-commerce booms, so does online identity fraud.
The pandemic has left retailers asking two major questions. First: When people can’t — or won’t walk — into my store, how can I retain customer connection and loyalty? Second: When things return to a relative normal, how will I position my brand for long-term competitive success?
Delivering an engaging and inspiring digital experience to consumers is one guaranteed way to establish a competitive advantage in the e-commerce market.
Marketing is essential to increase your brand’s exposure and drive revenue.
About 80% of shopping is still in store, so store design still matters a lot