From Forbes on January 11, 2016: With Macy’s recently reporting a holiday same-store sales decline of 4.7% as well as plans to shutter 40 stores in 2016, one has to wonder if the “Magic of Macy’s” still resonates with consumers.
From Forbes on July 27, 2015: Fact: Millennials shop Walmart. Well, lots of people shop Walmart; the big discounter didn’t grow to be one of the world’s largest retailers without any shoppers. While this fact isn’t exactly headline news, it did
New infographic from ProsperChina highlights top apparel destinations and compares their Net Promoter Scores. It also provides the latest insights regarding Chinese consumers’ feelings about fashion and their country of origin preferences for branded apparel. Worthington, OH – 1/28/2015 ProsperChina™
Forgive me if this sounds archaic: home improvement is still a man’s world. Despite the fact that many “Honey-Do” lists are evolving into “Honey-I-Can-Do” mantras thanks to the increasing influence of Pinterest, blogs, and an age of “look what I
Satisfactory Mobile Shopping Experience Doesn’t Guarantee Repeat Sales Worthington, OH—April 1, 2013 As retailers address the challenges of omni-channel retailing in today’s increasingly mobile environment, it seems that some of the biggest names in brick and mortar retailing are perhaps
Best Buy‘s problem isn’t shopper traffic, it’s buyer traffic. Beginning on March 3, the big box will take yet another step to remedy this [very big] problem, when it beings a permanent price matching policy aimed squarely at low-price competitors