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Chrome Industries

Nearly two decades ago, Chrome’s resourceful solutions led the company towards making its original messenger bag which consisted of a few yards of Cordura® and a Salvaged seatbelt buckle. With additional innovations like the Iconic quick release buckle, load stabilizing strap, Dual wall construction and five bar webbing, the Chrome messenger bag became the bag of choice for working bike messengers around the world.

Chrome is committed to giving our discerning customers the best possible in-store experience, Integrating RetailNext into our Chrome Hubs locations allows us the ability to serve our clientele while at the same time testing concepts and layouts in a data-driven manner to deliver true inspiration to our demanding shoppers.

Ronnie Hart
Director of Retail
Chrome Industries
Lolli and Pops

Lolli and Pops is a small collection of candy stores that strives to make the world a sweeter place by selling products that are sourced from famed producers and local artisans located in various corners of the world. Lolli and Pops' unique sweets feature flavors such as: chocolate from Madagascar, sour belts from Spain, and sodas from Japan.

Lolli and Pops not only measures the quality of the sweets by taste, but also by the memorable experiences that come along with eating their products.

Sears

Sears is a leading integrated retailer based in the United States. Sears provides merchandise through a chain of department stores across the country while also providing a social shopping experience as a part of the Shop Your Way. Members have the ability to earn points and receive benefits across a wide variety of physical and digital formats using the Shop Your Way Service program.

Sears, offers consumers leading proprietary brands including Kenmore, Craftsman, and DieHard – among the most trusted and preferred brands in the U.S. The company is the nation’s largest provider of home services, with more than 14 million service and installation calls made annually.  

Ulta

Ulta Beauty is the largest beauty retailer in the United States and the premier beauty destination for cosmetics, fragrance, skin care products, hair care products and salon services. Since opening its doors 25 years ago, Ulta Beauty has grown to become the top national retailer providing All Things Beauty, All in One Place™ which includes a full service salon in every store.

As of January 30, 2016 Ulta Beauty operates 874 retail stores across 48 states offering more than 20,000 products from over 500 established and emerging beauty brands.

Marine Layer

Marine Layer is the casual apparel brand born through a quest to produce the perfect T-shirt. Created after a yearlong journey to make a replacement for its founder’s trashed favorite tee, Marine Layer opened its first store in 2009 and continues to add brick-and-mortar stores in specially targeted neighborhoods.

Within the first two months of deployment of an accurate traffic counting solution, Marine Layer was able to identify operational improvement opportunities and realize an immediate six point conversion increase in one location. 

VIDEO: Marine Layer shares how RetailNext solutions deliver a better shopper experience

Sun & Sand Sports

Since 1979, Sun & Sand Sports has been committed to ensuring its customers have access to the best sporting brands in the world, and are supported in that quest with exclusive retail and distributorship rights for over 50 internationally-recognized brands, including Nike, Timberland, Columbia, Vans, Babolat and more. Sun & Sand Sports is the largest sports and fitness retailer and wholesaler throughout the Gulf Cooperation Council in the Middle East, and currently operates over 100 store locations in the United Arab Emirates, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain and Kuwait.

Sun & Sand Sports is committed to delivering exciting and innovative experiences for its customers. Our concept stores realize this vision perfectly with interactive buying guides, digital displays, customization and training zones along with smart dressing rooms. Our partnership with RetailNext ensures we are provided with the data analytics necessary to continue designing and launching stores that lead the way globally in shopping experiences for sports active consumers.

Miquel Pancorbo
President of Sports
Gulf Marketing Group
Bloomingdale’s

Bloomingdale's is America's only nationwide, full-line, upscale department store and a division of Macy's, Inc. It was founded in 1872 and currently operates 37 Bloomingdale's stores and 13 Bloomingdale's, The Outlet Stores in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Illinois, Georgia, Florida, New Hampshire, California, and Texas. In addition, Bloomingdale's has an international presence with a location in Dubai.

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BucketFeet

BucketFeet is a brand connecting people through art by sourcing designs from artists worldwide on its footwear, all the while sharing the story behind the artists and their work. Inspired by a single pair of hand-designed shoes, BucketFeet is now a company that sells products and delivers strong shopper experiences globally through its e-commerce site and studio stores, and through retailers like Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s and Lord & Taylor.

VIDEO: How Bucketfeet, the footwear brand taking the world by storm, uses RetailNext analytics for rapid retail expansion

Since we Started as an e-commerce brand, we are used to having a lot of data at our hands and making decisions that way so we are really excited to use RetailNext in our studios to use more data behind our decisions.

Laura Suh
Director of Studios
BucketFeet
b8ta

b8ta is a software-powered retail showroom for out-of-the-box consumer hardware and IoT products. With user experience at its core, b8ta gives makers complete control over their brands while providing the essential hands-on experience for consumers and early adopters.

What would it take to make selling in a retail store as easy as it is to set up your own shop online? That was the hypothesis that drove us to create b8ta, and we created and fused a software product and a physical store that works the way we think retail should work.

TSI Holdings

TSI Holdings Co., Ltd. is principally engaged in the management and operation of two subsidiary groups, Tokyo Style and Sanei International, and includes its Fashion Apparel and Sundries segment engaged in the manufacture and distribution of fashion apparel and sundries focused on women’s apparel. TSI Holdings distributes its products under a range of brands, including Margaret Howell, Stussy, Callaway Apparel, Jill Stuart, Diane von Furstenburg, Natural Beauty Basic, Human Woman and more.

Peach John

Founded in Tokyo in 1994 as a mail order importer of American lingerie, Peach John’s tremendous rise in popularity quickly resulted in the expansion of its product line and the opening of physical stores. With quality fashions and an unwavering commitment to creating comfortable shopping environments, Peach John has grown to over thirty store locations in Japan, Hong Kong and China, and has corporate offices in Tokyo, Sendai, Hong Kong and Shanghai.

Art of Shaving

Founded in 1996, The Art of Shaving™ is considered the world’s leading premium shaving brand with its aromatherapy-based grooming products, high-end shaving instruments, and a retail chain dedicated to men’s shaving.

The Art of Shaving has trademarked its wet shaving system “The 4 Elements of the Perfect Shave” – Prepare, Lather Up, Shave, and Moisturize – and is recognized as the best-selling men’s brand at high-end department stores. The Art of Shaving Shops are found in 100+ locations across the US and the brand recently opened its first international location in Moscow. The Art of Shaving is sold online at www.TheArtofShaving.com and is found at fine retailers such as Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus, Barneys New York, Saks Fifth Avenue, Holt Renfrew, and Macy’s.

CASE STUDY: How Art of Shaving uses RetailNext data and shopper insights to empower retail performance

RetailNext provides The Art of Shaving with invaluable access to key metrics and data by adding Conversion as a new KPI. This metric allows the company to see opportunities by store and therefore increase overall sales. A mere 1% increase in Conversion can yield $200,000 in additional sales per month, or $2.4 million a year.”

Amy Nagrodzki
Associate Director of Retail
The Art of Shaving
Brookstone

Brookstone is a nationwide specialty retailer offering an assortment of consumer products that are functional in purpose, distinctive in quality and design and not widely available from other retailers. In 1965, Brookstone first introduced itself to the world in a small classified ad selling "hard-to-find tools" in Popular Mechanics magazine.

Brookstone manages operations through its headquarters in Merrimack, New Hampshire, and in its Distribution Center and Customer Care Center (web, mail and telephone orders) in Mexico, Missouri. The company currently operates more than 200 retail stores throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, primarily in premium shopping malls, lifestyle centers and the nation’s busiest airports.

Atlanta Hawks

Tracing its origins back to 1946 and a fixture in Atlanta since 1968, the Atlanta Hawks are innovators in designing and delivering innovative experiences for its fans. The 2015-16 season marks the introduction of new design elements that tie the brand together across the complete fan environment, from team uniforms and licensed apparel all the way to the playing court at Phillips Arena, and the official team stores are key components of a driveway-to-driveway fan experience.

How would your retail organization fare if it faced 40+ “Black Fridays” a year? That’s exactly the situation the Atlanta Hawks face each and every home game with an intense store traffic spike over a short period of time. To best service its dedicated fan base, the Atlanta Hawks use the RetailNext analytics platform to better understand store traffic and the complete shopper journey.

VIDEO: How Atlanta Hawks SVP of Marketing uses RetailNext to optimize the fan experience on game days

Gordmans

Gordmans will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2015, and today operates 97 stores in 20 states. The company recently opened a 545,000-square-foot distribution center in Indianapolis, which will enable Gordmans to service more than 200 stores.

In 2012, Forbes magazine ranked Gordmans No. 29 on its 2012 list of America’s 100 best small-cap companies based on sales and earnings growth. Apparel magazine ranked Gordmans No. 48 on its 2014 list of the Top 50 leading apparel retailers, recognizing Gordmans’ gRewards Loyalty program as well as its focus on “destination” businesses for consumer segments such as juniors, misses, young men’s apparel and home décor.

Club Monaco

Founded in Toronto in 1985, Club Monaco is an international lifestyle brand that offers affordable luxury with a modern sensibility. Headquartered in New York City in the heart of west Chelsea’s gallery district, Club Monaco appeals to the creative consumer—a group of cultural influencers who mix fashion must-haves with timeless classics.

What began in 1985 as an independent boutique on Queen Street West in Toronto has evolved into a global lifestyle brand with more than 140 locations worldwide.

Gander Mountain

Gander Mountain is the nation's largest retail network of outdoor specialty stores for shooting sports, hunting, fishing, camping, marine, apparel, footwear and outdoor lifestyle. Gander offers the best selection of national and specialty brands at competitive prices and great values including The North Face, Under Armour, Columbia, Guide Series, GSX, Carhartt, Merrell, Keen, New Balance, Reebok, Rocky and many more.

It helps us make a better correlation between transaction data and traffic. So now we can find opportunities we might be missing.

Chris Schindler
Director of Operations
Gander Mountain