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  1. Trends & External Forces
ARLINGTON, Va. – A new report released Thursday by the National Association of Chain Drug Stores and the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security describes pharmacies’ success before and during the COVID-19 pandemic in confronting health inequities and disparities and issues recommendations for further progress in this critical area. The report, entitled “Striving Toward Health Equity in […]
  1. Media & Marketing
We’re delighted to announce a new partnership with digital content provider Walls, io. Their robust yet easy-to-use platform collects and curates social media content from more than 13 popular platforms, turning it into one social feed for your social wall displays. Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest—and more popular platforms—can be easily linked, for a social […]
  1. Channel: Specialty & Other
From Dick’s Public Lands outdoors banner to Bloomie’s to Ulta’s Target shop-in-shops, here are some of the most notable concept launches this year. As in past years, testing store concepts has been top of mind for retailers in 2021, as the industry moved past the mass closures and severely dampened traffic of 2020.  For some DTC brands, that […]
  1. CPG: Food
MINNEAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–It’s college football season and all college football fans know the best part of the game is the tailgate – and the best part of the tailgate is the food! General Mills’ Tailgate Nation is here for the fans, bringing a pop-up tiny house experience, delicious food, interactive games, team-inspired décor and stellar prizes […]
  1. Retail Ecosystem
Madewell and ThredUP have partnered to open a temporary store in Brooklyn selling second hand items from the fashion brand at a significant discount to new merchandise. The concept known as A Circular Store, located in Brooklyn, brings together two companies that have worked together before. Madewell is one of the most popular brands sold […]
  1. Shopper & Customer
We’ve all heard the phrase ‘time is money’ but in the world we live in, it’s not time that converts to dollars, it’s attention. Consumers are overloaded with screens, content and information, making their attention a scarce commodity. How can brands get and hold their attention, particularly on mobile, with a mobile app experience that […]
  1. Channel: Ecommerce & Digital
Amazon’s biometric scanner for retail, the Amazon One palm reader, is for the first time expanding beyond the e-commerce giant’s own stores.  “As we approach the first anniversary of the launch of Amazon One later this month, I’m excited to share that it’s now available as an option to enter Denver, Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre,” […]
  1. Channel: Ecommerce & Digital
Wasn’t Amazon.com (AMZN) supposed to be an online retailer? Because we distinctly recall hearing at some point that Amazon.com sold stuff online… and yet it’s what Amazon’s doing offline that earned it a re-recommendation from Bank of America analyst Justin Post. In a note reiterating his “buy” recommendation and $4,250 price target on Amazon, Post […]
  1. Channel: Ecommerce & Digital
Amazon this morning announced that its Amazon One technology, which the company describes as being a “fast, convenient, and contactless way for people to use their palm to enter, identify, and pay” in stores, has been expanded for the first time to a third party – the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver Colorado. According to […]
  1. Shopper & Customer
Raydiant’s new series, the Future of Shopping, interviews experts and thought leaders with a goal of better understanding what organizations can do to prepare themselves for what lies ahead.  The following is an interview we recently had with Rhonda Stinson, Sr Functional Solution Architect, Plantensive. How has consumer shopping behavior evolved over the past 5 […]
  1. Retail Ecosystem
John Lewis has launched a pop-up showroom to drive awareness of its ‘Anyday’ homewares range. The 4,277 sq ft store is located in St David’s shopping centre in Cardiff and is designed to boost the profile of the range through an experiential store providing consumers with an idea of the different designs and styles available. […]
  1. Department: HBC
The beauty industry is worth some $500 billion annually, and the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a sharp rise in the proportion of sales being carried out online. Today, a London-based beauty startup is announcing a major round of funding in hopes of reaping the spoils of that trend with a direct-to-consumer online storefront selling […]
  1. Department: Beverage
  You do not have to be in Massachusetts, or visit Salem, Massachusetts to get a Midnight American Porter beer this fall. However, Boston, based Dunkin’ is rolling out four new beers again this year all in time for Halloween according to Steven Johnson, Grocerant Guru® at Tacoma, WA based Foodservice Solutions®. Get this, to […]
  1. Data & Insights
With consumers fast pivoting to eCommerce in the past few years, particularly during the 2020 pandemic, eCommerce supply chain and logistics are steadily evolving to make the most of the new challenges. To keep up with the competition and growing consumer expectations, it makes sense for eCommerce businesses, manufacturers, and 3PLs to stay in the […]
  1. Retail Ecosystem
In 2008, the retail world, at least in the U.S., faced multiple challenges and on many fronts. As online buying began to grow in step with shoppers’ comfort with this channel, the pull of foot traffic from brick-and-mortar stores to The post The On-Going Evolution and Value of Pop-Up Retail: 6 Questions to ask if […]
  1. Trends & External Forces
Generations are often shaped by common experiences and major historical moments, and the COVID-19 pandemic is sure to leave an indelible mark on current and future generations for years to come. Millennials and Gen Zers who endured the global health crisis will be shaped not just by the grief, loss and financial damage they faced, […]
  1. Shopper & Customer
Our Future of Brick and Mortar Retail Series featured interviews with over 35 retailers, experts, and thought leaders who told us about the trends shaping the future of brick and mortar. As a look into the series, here are some of our favorite responses: What should brick and mortar retailers be doing in 2021? Shep […]
  1. Shopper & Customer
Raydiant’s new series, the Future of Shopping, interviews experts and thought leaders with a goal of better understanding what organizations can do to prepare themselves for what lies ahead.  The following is an interview we recently had with Linda Farha, Founder and Chief Connector, pop-up go. How has consumer shopping behavior evolved over the past […]
  1. Media & Marketing
Retail can often seem like a game of reverse one-upmanship. One retailer cuts prices and others scramble to match or beat them. This is problematic for retailers that want to preserve their bottom lines and move inventory, but the impact is detrimental for brands as well. Beyond sales and margins, brand value is at stake. […]

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Kroger launches private targeted marketing platform. Big news coming from 84.51 / KPM. The platform allows clients to use their demand-side platform (DSP) of choice. Data is money, and Kroger has blown open the doors for extending first-party data beyond their walled garden—while maintaining (shopper) privacy and control.  Amazon gives third-party sellers access to more […]
  1. Channel: Grocery
Solution enables brands to target relevant shoppers, optimize performance against actual retail sales The Kroger Co.’s retail media business, Kroger Precision Marketing (KPM) powered by 84.51°, has rolled out a new private programmatic advertising marketplace. The Kroger Private Marketplace enables agencies and brands to target consumers by applying Kroger audience data to programmatic campaigns on […]
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Albertsons posts Q2 earnings beat. ID sales +1.5% (2 year stacked: 15.3%); digital sales +5% (2 year stacked: +248%). They announced a strong quarterly dividend of 20% and raised FY2021 outlook.  Gross profit margin decreased 28.6% (fuel, inflation, supply chain costs). Albertsons spoke to their transformation strategy and, specifically, called out modernizing their technical infrastructure […]

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