Today's updates include Sears Holdings (Kmart), Oxford Industries (Tommy Bahama, Lilly Pulitzer), Hibbett Sports, Stage Stores, and Vince.
When a consumer finds a product they like, they tend to become repeat customers. However, a recent survey found that some consumers—particularly Gen Z and millennials—are not always ready to commit to one product.
Many say they don't want to appear that they're consistently offering products at a discount—they want to create the impression they're a premium brand.
When seasons change, so do consumers’ shopping behaviors. Goodbye summer vacation essentials. Hello fall basics. Bazaarvoice shares the five seasonal events marketers should plan for now.
So far, China and the US have matched each other tit-for-tat in the growing trade war. Both countries have imposed tariffs on $50 billion worth of goods, with the US threatening an additional $200 billion and China another $60 billion on 5,207 products.
Today's updates include Tailored Brands, Inc. (Men's Wearhouse, Jos. A. Bank, etc.), Caleres, Build-A-Bear Workshop, and Francesca's.
As an industry, retail is one of the most vulnerable to cybercrime. Ecommerce transactions can provide a wealth of fodder for fraudsters, including personal information and credit card details. Reducing friction at checkout, one way digital retailers are trying to improve the customer experience, is often at odds with cybercrime protection.
Today's updates include Ross Stores, Shoe Carnival, Kohl's, Dillard's and GameStop.
Despite the push to drive holiday shoppers to ecommerce, Hickory Farms still sees a big part of their seasonal sales through brick and mortar. Judy Ransford, CMO of the Chicago-based specialty food company spoke with eMarketer's Andrew Lipsman about their holiday outlook for both online and offline.
What does someone who already owns a voice-enabled smart speaker want this holiday season? Another smart speaker, of course.