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  1. Media & Marketing
This year for the first time ever, the viewership share of linear television (i.e. traditional broadcast and cable) has fallen below 50%, according to Neilsen. But it’s not that people aren’t watching TV; it’s just that they are no longer watching it the way they used to: streaming is rapidly taking over and now represents […]
  1. Channel: Mass
​[[“value”:” This audio is auto-generated. Please let us know if you have feedback. Every now and then a leader within retail rises up and becomes the person to watch. They grab headlines. They make bold decisions. They shift the focus of retail — even if it’s only for a short period of time.  But then […]
  1. Shopper & Customer
The best marketing in the world won’t move the needle if potential customers shy away at the last moment. One way to avoid this is shopper marketing, a group of tried and true techniques designed to make the last mile of the purchase journey so effortless that potential customers become actual customers. In this blog […]
  1. Corporate Strategy
​[[“value”:” Dive Brief The fashion company’s space in California is 6,000 square feet and comes after the brand hosted a pop-up in the area. Published Nov. 30, 2023 Lulus’ storefront. The brand first opened a store in 1996 before shifting its distribution strategy. Courtesy of Lulus “]] 
  1. Channel: Restaurants
How are you going to garner new customers while edifying the old and most loyal customers?  According to Steven Johnson Grocerant Guru® at Tacoma, WA based Foodservice Solutions® a customer focused partnership just might be the answer to drive incremental brand relevance. Have you heard that Arby’s is partnering with Paramount+ to celebrate the release […]
  1. Corporate Purpose
Visitors to Trafford’s White City Retail Park are now able to charge their electric vehicles while they shop thanks to the installation of five new ultra-rapid chargers.  All Be.EV members will also have exclusive access, free of charge, at this location for a week, from Tuesday 14th until Tuesday 21st November. The project marks the […]
  1. Technology & Innovation
  When you don’t know how to use left over turkey you turn to the side dishes.  According to Steven Johnson Grocerant Guru® at Tacoma, WA based Foodservice Solutions® ‘side dishes are consumed as snacks or mini-meals, simple, quick, and delicious. The fact is Millennials and Gen Z simply don’t have the skill-set to prepared […]
  1. Technology & Innovation
We’re pleased to announce the shortlist for the 2023 RTIH Innovation Awards Supply Chain category. We received a record number of submissions this year and many fantastic examples of the continued resilience and dynamism of the retail space during hugely challenging times. Our winners will be revealed at the 2023 RTIH Innovation Awards ceremony, which […]
  1. Channel: Ecommerce & Digital
    [[“value”:” Amazon is shutting down its brick-and-mortar apparel stores, just a year and a half after opening the first location, according to reporting from CNBC. The company said it will close its two Amazon Style stores in Columbus, Ohio, and Glendale, California, by Nov. 9. Related: Amazon talks AI, not grocery, during […]
  1. Agencies & Vendors
IN BRIEF: Maddie’s Market, an independent gourmet foods retailer in Highland Park, Ill., sought new pantry items for its assortment that were not available at local chains The retailer worked with RangeMe on a sourcing campaign that delivered product submissions from 320 qualified brands across several categories Owner Maddie Yastrow selected more than a dozen […]
  1. Trends & External Forces
LOS ANGELES — Hyland’s Naturals is launching Hyland’s Women’s Health, a lineup of premium, multi-benefit supplements for women. The trio of multivitamin products are formulated to be an all-in-one wellness solution to lighten the load for women at each stage of their lives, the company said. To mark its release, the brand will also debut a […]
  1. Operations & Supply Chain
Lush will open a new Covent Garden store on Friday, 3rd November, after ten years away from the shopping and entertainment hub in London’s West End. This will initially open as an exclusive festive pop-up store with a retail space of 255 sqm and in spring 2024 an expansion of an additional 176 sqm will […]
  1. Shopper & Customer
After several disrupted holiday celebrations due to pandemic lockdowns and economic crisis, the future outlook for US holiday retail sales is improving. Although value remains a top priority for many US consumers and they continue to take budgeting measures, especially those still affected by high prices, experts expect a record high in seasonal retail this […]
  1. Data & Insights
Footwear brand Sorel has collaborated with MG2 and The Lionesque Group on a Brooklyn-based pop-up to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its. The anniversary celebration coincides with the release of a celebrity design collaboration with musician and actress Chloe Bailey. The 950-square-foot store, open through Oct. 22, 2023, is engulfed in 25 gallons of Optimized […]
  1. Media & Marketing
Bloomberg reports that Netflix plans to open new bricks-and-mortar retail locations that will combine retail, dining and live experiences, all keyed to programming on the streaming service. The company plans to open two of the units, dubbed Netflix House, in 2025, and then roll out the format in succeeding years. The story points out that […]
  1. Data & Insights
This September, the furniture industry saw a 2% increase in conversion rate, while the mattress industry saw average ticket increase by 27% compared to August 2023. This week we will take a closer look at what drove these improvements in the industry and what they could mean for the future. THIS WEEK’S HIGHLIGHTS September recap: […]
  1. Holiday & Events
Saks Fifth Avenue has partnered with LVMH Group’s Christian Dior to create Dior’s Carousel of Dreams at Saks, a holiday program that includes a Dior Pop-Up on Saks.com selling exclusive Dior merchandise. The online store, which will be open Nov. 20, 2023, through Jan. 5, 2024, marks the first time that all categories of Dior […]
  1. Data & Insights
The holiday season is just around the corner and we’re starting to see festive cheers everywhere. The streets are going to be decorated with lights and chandeliers. The mall is going to have Christmas trees and the houses would have wreaths in front of them. But have you ever thought of this? A person who’s […]
  1. Holiday & Events
​[[“value”:” With Halloween just three weeks away, retailers are in the thick of restocking shelves with candy, costumes, decorations and the holiday’s biggest sellers. For many retailers, particularly holiday specialty retailers, Halloween marks an important start to the holiday selling season. Just a few years ago, Party City — which in addition to its namesake stores […]
  1. Channel: Restaurants
The New York Times reports that Ben Leventhal, the founder of Eater and Resy, has developed a new project called Blackbird, described as “the first loyalty platform for independent restaurants … Like all rewards programs, Blackbird is designed to entice customers into becoming regulars. It arrives amid a sweeping post-Covid self-evaluation by independent restaurants about […]
  1. Trends & External Forces
Consumers, retailers and intellectual property (IP) owners are likely to benefit from the INFORM Consumers Act. The sale of counterfeit and pirated goods totaled $509 billion globally in 2016, according to an OECD report. Traditionally, individuals sold such goods at flea markets and on street corners. Today they reach a much wider audience through online […]
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The National Retail Federation (NRF) has updated a report that had attributed “nearly half” of 2021’s $94.5 billion in retail shrink to organized retail crime, saying the data point was part of two-year-old testimony to a U.S. Senate committee by Ben Dugan, former President of the Organized Retail Crime Resource Center. The NRF report was […]