While internet shopping certainly offers its perks, sometimes you just can’t beat the in-store experience.
Internet retailers seem to be realizing this too, as more and more online-only companies begin to launch test stores in cities around the country. Amazon opened its first physical book store in 2015, with a second location planned for Manhattan later this year.… Read More
The National Retail Federation released its Valentine’s Day 2014 shopping forecast last week, predicting total spending to reach $17.3 billion. The average person is expected to spend $133.91 on the holiday this year, up slightly from $130.97 last year.
The NRF has also said that consumers will be “frugal with their budgets,” underscoring the importance of strategic promotions and deals this Valentine’s Day.… Read More
Perhaps no generation since the baby boomers has been discussed more than millennials. This demographic, which spans people born from 1982 through 2004, came of age at a watershed moment in how we live our daily lives: the rise of the Internet, mobile technology, and the tech revolution they brought with it.… Read More
Store layout and design play an important role in attracting consumers in the retail industry, but what is it exactly that reels in customers and keeps them coming back for more?… Read More