Pop Ups

Articles around Pop up shops

  1. Technology & Innovation
RTIH Editor, Scott Thompson, brings you his top ‘future of retail systems’ deployments from the past week, including drone deliveries, Bitcoin rewards, smart shopping carts, and autonomous convenience stores. Pinterest and Samsung Pinterest has teamed with Samsung to launch of the first ever ‘flippable’ Pin on its platform. The aim is to show people just […]
  1. Channel: Ecommerce & Digital
dot.LA reports that Amazon has opened its first clothing store – Amazon Style, located in the The Americana at Brand mall in Glendale, California, about 10 miles north of downtown Los Angeles. Here’s how the story describes the store: “The floor is massive – laying out original products from Amazon’s own apparel lines alongside name […]
  1. Channel: Ecommerce & Digital
Amazon.com opened its first brick-and-mortal apparel store on Wednesday, leveraging technology to set itself apart as it tries to grow its physical presence. Called Amazon Style, the new store, located in California, features machine learning technology to help customers find clothes and personalize recommendations as well as interactive dressing rooms. The store stocks men’s and […]
  1. Channel: Ecommerce & Digital
Signaling its ambitions to make a dent in the apparel market, Amazon today opened its first physical clothing store, Amazon Style, in the Greater Los Angeles Area. Offering a twist on the traditional experience, visitors to the Glendale, California shop at The Americana At Brand use an app to scan codes on displayed items from […]
  1. Department: Consumer Durables
The self-proclaimed “original sneaker resale marketplace,” eBay says its sells 14 pairs of sneakers every minute. This Memorial Day weekend, eBay will bring some of its most coveted sneaker styles to the streets with a pop-up shop on LA’s Fairfax Avenue curated by musician and sneakerhead Offset. Called “Wear ‘Em Out,” the store will do […]
  1. Shopper & Customer
Ensuring your website visitors have a positive experience is absolutely crucial for turning shoppers into buyers. But increasingly, the online customer journey is disrupted by pop-up ads, browser plug-ins and extensions designed to redirect shoppers away from your site. More than just distracting, “audience hijacking” can take a real bite out of sales, significantly impacting […]
  1. Data & Insights
Retailers use and reliance on third-party data is changing due to rules on data collection established by privacy regulations such as GDPR and CCPA. In the coming years, all of the biggest web browsers, from Google Chrome to Safari, will prohibit the use of third-party cookies. This means retailers will have to solely rely on […]
  1. Operations & Supply Chain
Taking its Nordstrom Local pop-up concept to swanky environs this year, the luxury retailer will open an 850-square-foot location in Southampton, N.Y. from May 27 through Sept. 7. Nordstrom customers will have access to an array of services at this location as visitors descend upon the town that is known as a summer haven. Blending […]
  1. Department: Food
  Food marketing executives are loving the virtual kitchen, virtual restaurant, and delivery space.  Today there seems to be no end to the ability of food marketers extend a brand, concept or partnership according to Steven Johnson, Grocerant Guru® at Tacoma, WA based Foodservice Solutions®. Nextbite,is a virtual restaurant.  They are rolling out its first […]
  1. Technology & Innovation
As part of a series of interviews with those who made it on to the RTIH Top 100 Retail Technology Influencers List, we discuss rapid grocery delivery services and why the metaverse is a game changer with Brittain Ladd, a former Amazon exec and supply chain consultant. RTIH: What does recognition as a retail tech […]
  1. Department & Category
Good Morning, America this morning had a piece about how a “Minnesota-based nonprofit, The Food Group, is working to provide nutritious, high-quality, low-priced groceries across the state in over 30 counties, including neighboring Wisconsin, to help over 50,000 households.”  The vehicles – “32 ‘Fare for All’ pop-up sites that focus on rural and suburban communities […]
  1. Data & Insights
Entering 2022, privacy technology was identified as the top prediction for increased marketing investment to look for throughout the year. Consumers have voiced anger, confusion and suspicion over company breaches, unwanted sharing of personal information, and collection of data from other entities. A survey right before the new year, seen in Forbes, showed that almost […]
  1. Acquisitions, Divestitures & Mergers
DTC ecommerce solution provider ESW will acquire Scalefast, an end-to-end ecommerce company, in a deal that is expected to close by mid-year 2022. Scalefast Co-founders Nicolas Stehle and Frédéric Bocquet, the company’s CEO and CTO respectively, will join ESW’s senior leadership team. The acquisition aims to extend ESW’s market strength across apparel, beauty, personal care […]
  1. Department: Nonfood
Tinder is launching a pop-up pub experience, The Bark & Spark, to “celebrate our dogs being our ultimate dating partner”.  The Bark & Spark is inviting dog owners and dog lovers to enjoy a first date on Tinder on 14th and 15th May.  Come to our Bark & Spark pop ups next weekend, bring your […]
  1. Technology & Innovation
Dyson has unveiled a new technology space in Harrods’ Knightsbridge department store. The interactive pop-up will showcase all Dyson technology including its latest innovations in haircare, environmental care and cord-free… The post Dyson launches new technology space at Harrods appeared first on Latest Retail Technology News From Across The Globe – Charged.
  1. Corporate Strategy
In this episode of Retail Right Now, Total Retail’s Kristina Stidham and Marie Albiges are on location in Miami, Florida at the 2022 Women in Retail Leadership Summit, hosted by Total Retail’s sister brand Women in Retail Leadership Circle. The event was an incredible success, with nearly 500 women executives in attendance and palpable positive energy […]
  1. Media & Marketing
How did the biggest brands and retailers in the world get to the top? In part, they understood the competition. You can’t be the best—and stay the best—unless you know how you compare to your competitors, how you are different, and how you can capitalize on their mistakes to grow your market share. This is especially true regarding price. Consumers are incredibly price sensitive. It’s easier than ever to compare prices both in-store and online, and they’ll jump to your competitors if they offer more value. That’s why a strong and strategic competitive pricing analysis is a requirement for success in retail. Know who your competitors are and how you rank with regard to price. Then, you can create an effective strategy to beat those competitors and join the best in retail at the top of the food chain.
  1. Shopper & Customer
While many industries have embraced short message service (SMS, or more commonly referred to as texting) as a meaningful way to communicate with customers, many retail brands still haven’t adopted the practice with regularity. As retailers consider changes in marketing tactics, increasing text message campaigns should be part of the discussion. People are on their […]
  1. Data & Insights
Working in retail is hectic. Working at an e-commerce store comes a close second. While looking for e-commerce retail memes to share with you for laughs (help you relax), I found that a lot of them were only based on marketing, website optimization, sales, etc. Which made me realize that the remaining half of the CX, […]
  1. Data & Insights
Human mobility data can drive better decision making and adapt more easily to changing circumstances. This type of data comprises anonymized, aggregated information regarding people movements based on their cellular network locations. For retailers, it can be used for anything from determining which products to carry to which shop locations to prioritize. Traditional sales data […]
  1. Retail Ecosystem
Starting a brick-and-mortar business is a very big pursuit. Not only is the risk quite big, but there’s also the capital involved in coming up with your business. To that end, many budding entrepreneurs are finding it convenient and beneficial to do a trial run. This can be done by setting up a pop-up store.  […]
  1. Media & Marketing
If you’re a marketer, you’re probably wondering: How do I sound more human with my voice and tone? How do I step into my audience’s shoes the way the best brands do it?  You know, like how your paper towel brand shares a recipe for Halloween cupcakes. Or a major credit card company discusses the […]

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  1. Channel: Dollar/Value
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  3. Corporate Strategy
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  5. Department: Consumer Durables
  6. Media & Marketing
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  10. Operations & Supply Chain
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GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. — Dollar General on Thursday reported net sales of $8.8 billion for its fiscal year 2022 first quarter, an increase of 4.2% over the prior-year period. The net sales increase was primarily driven by positive sales contributions from new stores, partially offset by a slight decline in same-store sales and the impact of […]
  1. Data & Insights
  2. Corporate Strategy
  3. Department: HBC
  4. Media & Marketing
  5. Data & Insights
  6. Shopper & Customer
  7. Trends & External Forces
  8. Merchandising
WOONSOCKET, R.I. — CVS Health announced on Thursday the launch of CVS Health Virtual Primary Care, a new virtual care solution available through a single digital platform. The offering connects CVS Health’s services, clinical expertise, and data for a more coordinated and consumer-centric health care experience. The company said the new solution enables consumers to […]
  1. Retailer Media
  2. Corporate Strategy
  3. Media & Marketing
  4. Retailer Media
  5. Data & Insights
Retail media networks (RMNs) are an exciting place to run ads, because of the valuable first-party data that retailers have about their customers. RMNs create an ability to target a specific retailer’s customers and provide valuable insights into how people shop. And brands certainly are not hurting for choices. Just last week, Ulta announced a media network and the hotel chain, Marriott, the week prior.