Consumers continue to change the way they shop (buy anywhere, receive anywhere, and return anywhere), which has had a profound impact on how inventory decisions are made. Get it right, you sell more. Get it wrong, you lose sales.
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Glossy – The fashion rental market is growing increasingly crowded, with new platforms like Nuuly and Caastle popping up every […]
Talk Business & Politics – Walmart.com continues to ring up large losses, which insiders project will be $1 billion this […]
Furniture World – It’s common knowledge that the furniture shopping experience has changed over the past several years. Not long ago […]
Glossy – e-Spirit, maker of the industry-leading FirstSpirit Digital Experience Platform (DXP), today announced a new strategic partnership with Spryker, […]
Glossy – Businesses are using augmented reality — and its cousin virtual reality — in applications across many industries. Where CRM […]
Frozen and Refrigerated Buyer – While it grapples with how to translate its legendary customer service prowess to online shopping, […]
REFRIGERATED & FROZEN FOODS – The recent threat of increases in tariffs are causing disruptions to today’s retail supply chains, […]
The recent increases – and threat of increases – in tariffs are causing disruptions to today’s retail supply chains. According to a new report from BRP: Tariffs, Terrorists & Tsunamis: Minimize the Impact of Supply Chain Disruptions with Agile Strategies, while tariffs are currently the hot topic, supply chains are vulnerable to many unexpected disruptions, including terrorism and natural disasters.
Chain Store Age – Venerable department store retailer Hudson’s Bay Co. (HBC) is providing a very modern mobile shopping solution. Brampton, […]
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