Amazon hasn’t killed them. They haven’t been raptured in the “retail apocalypse.” Nor are they trending online or in the media. But these retailers have staying power.
Retail sales at brick and mortar stores continue to slump moving into fall. That’s just one of the insights from in-store analytics firm …
Whether they’re shopping early, late or all the time, there’s a strategy to approaching each segment — and marketers should read up.
A few days before sitting down to write this piece, I bought a pair of Gucci clogs. These were no ordinary shoes. They were quirky little numbers; I had coveted their sturdy wooden soles and ornate floral brocade for months. My love went deeper than …
Returning items you buy online or in a store is way too often a hassle. Walmart claims to have reinvented the returns drill to such a degree that it may even make it “a little enjoyable.”
The paper catalog was the internet before the internet was. While the sheer volume of mailers has declined, savvy retailers are still using catalogs to push their brands and make sales.
With all the negativity swirling around retail these days, many investors and the media are running away from the challenging environment. But from our point of view, it’s just now getting exciting. The retail and shopping center business is …
The apparel maker conquered the world with its flagship Gap label, but the company is now pinning a revival on the lower-priced brand. Can Old Navy save Gap?
Holiday spending will increase this year, mostly driven by high-income consumers.
Taco Bell, which once ran ads that urged customers to “make a run for the border,” now wants them to also make a run for the dressing room.