LUXURY DAILY – A growing number of retailers are leveraging social media to inform merchandise planning, according to a new survey from Boston Retail Partners. The report found that compared to 2013, the number of retailers using social media to influence product development has grown by 550 percent, comprising 39 percent of respondents.
PROGRESSIVE GROCER – Retailers are focused on expanding the use of social media and technology solutions to deliver the products consumers want in a seamless shopping experience, according to results of a survey by Boston Retail Partners (BRP).
LUXURY DAILY – Chinese department store Lane Crawford is giving British retailer Fortnum & Mason the opportunity to transition into the market and spread awareness among global travelers. Includes quotes from Laura Sossong, consultant, Boston Retail Partners.
LUXURY DAILY – French department store chain Galeries Lafayette is looking to delight children of all ages with a quirky monster-themed Christmas campaign, launching Nov. 5. This article includes quotes from Walter Deacon, principal, Boston Retail Partners.
CPC STRATEGY BLOG – This post summarizes insights from retail experts on the most pressing challenges, opportunities, and imperatives for retail in the next 12 months. See what Ken Morris, principal at Boston Retail Partners and six other retail experts have to say.
Read Full Article: 5 Challenges, Opportunities, and Imperatives for Retailers in 2015
LUXURY DAILY – Ken Morris, Principal, Boston Retail Partners, shares his perspectives on luxury retailers extending their offerings to lower price-point products.
LUXURY DAILY – A new report by Boston Retail Partners examines how retailers allocate resources and how they can more effectively place the consumer at the center of the buying experience. Includes quotes from Robert Cuthbertson, senior manager at Boston Retail Partners.
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