Some retailers are starting to realize that the key better customer experiences might be sitting right under their noses. Enter the concept of the “dark store.”
A new wave of consumers is quickly becoming the most powerful economic force in retail, and it is causing retailers to refine plans on how to meet the needs of this new generation.
Retailers in urban areas where Amazon.com is rolling out its Prime Now delivery service soon may be able to piggyback on the e-commerce innovator’s supply chain prowess to offer one-hour delivery.
Expenses related to a corporate restructuring led Etsy Inc. to report a huge loss in the first quarter.
Nordstrom is launching another innovative omnichannel capability to make shopping even easier for its tech-savvy customers.
Online grocery delivery service Instacart has had to add boats to its fleet of vehicles now that the growing company has decided to launch in Miami.
Digital ad spending in the U.S. will total $58.61 billion this year, and retailers’ ad outlays will comprise 22% of that figure, according to new figures from eMarketer.
The Limited is finally following the lead of a slew of other retailers that have rolled out buy online, pick up in store services for customers.
Google Inc. is reportedly planning to start providing users with “Buy” buttons in their search results within the next few weeks.
Retailers are poised to benefit from a new deal between Accenture and Javelin Group, a UK-based retail strategy consulting and digital transformation services provider.