Finding a balance between providing shoppers the products they want and the cost of doing so is key to success in retail.
Retailers have been combating theft and shrink for as long as there have been goods to sell.
The holiday rush offers retailers the opportunity to add some much-needed revenue to their books.
The holidays are the noisiest time of year for businesses and shoppers alike.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, shoppers flocked to e-commerce amid lockdowns and concerns of exposure.
With the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic—and its social and economic side effects—seemingly behind us, retailers are anxious to rebound during what we can expect to be the most robust holiday shopping season in three years.
With the aftereffects of “The Great Resignation” looming like a winter storm cloud, hiring and retention continues to pose a major challenge.
One of Ohio’s fastest-growing metros is the center of a Midwest expansion embarked upon by leading luxury brands.
Social media is where customers spend 2.5 hours each day on average.
The holidays are fast approaching and in the air, there’s a feeling of shopping.
In the wake of the pandemic, the health of the retail sector has quickly recovered.
Experiences have always been the driving force behind retail, and yet many brands still struggle to understand and implement this transformation in today’s new economy.
The world of retail has leaned into technology and it has subsequently transformed the entire shopping experience.
Port congestion around the U.S. is continuing to cause issues with the global supply chain.
Kroger’s $24.6 billion deal to buy Albertsons would change the U.S. grocery landscape, creating a mega grocery chain.
As consumers continue to face consistently high inflation, discretionary spending will be far less this holiday season than in years past.
Although interest in artificial intelligence has come and gone in the past, market experts believe it is here to stay.
The popular holiday tune, “It’s starting to look a lot like Christmas” hits differently for retailers this year.
This year could bring one of the earliest kick-offs to peak trading season ever, with customers in a determined mindset to buy.
The social element, not the shopping opportunity, is what must drive today’s retail centers
Supply chains are fragile.
According to the EPA, supply chains often account for more than 90% of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
E-commerce is sweeping the global markets at an extremely fast pace.
When it comes to threats, avoidance isn’t an option.