DIGIDAY – Madewell, which has been acting as the J.Crew Group’s breadwinner as the flagship brand’s sales struggle, is on a mission to double its annual sales from $500 million to $1 billion. See comments from Ken Morris, principal at BRP, retail consulting firm.
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Boston, MA – April 3, 2019– According to BRP’s SPECIAL REPORT: Security, retailers must continuously reexamine their policies surrounding customer payment and personal data. Every day, new dangers emerge and enhanced security measures are necessary to adequately defend against these malicious attacks.
Chain Store Age – Business intelligence has moved from the latest new thing in retail technology to an integral component of industry solutions that are used across the enterprise. But the mainstreaming of BI has not stopped retailers and vendors from continuing to apply BI capabilities in new and groundbreaking ways in every aspect of retail operations. See comments from Ken Morris, principal, BRP, retail consulting firm.
Digital Transactions – Amazon’s tech-laden Go stores are disrupting in-store checkout. But as other merchants look to follow suit, it’s becoming clear there are lots of ways to get the checkout to check out. See comments from Ken Morris, principal at BRP, retail consulting firm.
QSR Magazine – With the introduction and evolution of the cloud, smaller operators are able to pay a lower upfront cost thanks to subscription-based models for everything from POS to food-cost tracking. See comments from Scott Langdoc, SVP at BRP, restaurant consulting firm.
Glossy – Ralph Lauren launched a new initiative on Thursday, emphasizing diversity and inclusivity as the brand seeks to reinvent its image and its business strategy. See comments from David Naumann, Vice President of marketing, BRP, retail consulting firm.
Chain Store Age – According to the BRP, retail consulting firm, report, 2018 Integrated Planning and Inventory Management Survey, most retailers (67%) are not leveraging advanced analytics to improve their planning decisions and optimize inventory.
Glossy – “Typically, the fashion truck retail format is a great fit for boutique brands that can’t afford a storefront, but want to test a new concept with minimal start-up costs,” said David Naumann, vp of marketing at BRP, retail consulting firm.
Retail Dive – Fifty-six percent of consumers said they likely would shop at retailers that offer a shared shopping cart across channels, but only 7% retailers offer that capability, according to a study by BRP, retail consulting firm.
Canadian Retailer – “Customer expectations in retail are increasing, regardless of a retailer’s size,” adds Brian Bunk, Principal at BRP Consulting, “and to compete, winning retailers are adopting a unified commerce strategy.
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