Category: Retail

Retailers Offer Immersive, Digital Toy Buying Experiences for the Holidays – Multichannel Merchant

Children are making their toy lists for the holiday season and this year it goes beyond the traditional buying experience. Major retailers like Target, Walmart and Disney are reimagining ways to showcase popular toys and provide a more interactive experience than stores of the past.

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In a Digital-First World, What Is Happening to All the Toys? – Motley Fool

They aren’t disappearing, but physical and digital interaction is more important than ever when winning over consumers.

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The Toys ‘R’ Us relaunch is giving families something they can’t buy on Amazon – CNN Business

Toys “R” Us is returning to select malls in major metropolitan areas this holiday season with what it hopes is an innovative retail plan that could upend how stores sell toys.

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How Can Smaller Retailers Compete Today With Amazon? – Supply Chain Brain

Amazon continues to tighten its grip on retail e-commerce. How can retailers keep up?

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Walmart And Target Have Changed The Game For Amazon – Forbes

Target and Walmart have changed the retail game for Amazon, starting a battle for same-day delivery capabilities.

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Marketing the (shorter) 2019 Holiday Shopping Season – Mindstream Media blog

The holiday season is beginning earlier and earlier every year. Learn how Amazon is shaping consumer expectations as we head into retail’s busiest time of the year.

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The Fashion and Beauty Brand Guide to Tmall – Glossy

Mousumi Behari explains the differences between three of China’s most dominant online retailers – Tmall, Amazon, and JD.com.

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Amazon Doesn’t Play the Game, It Designs the Game – Edge by Ascential blog

50% of shoppers define a positive online retail experience as one having an easy returns policy per a 2019 consumer survey by Avionos.

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Fitting Clothing Sales to E-Commerce – ECommerce Times

When buying clothes, many consumers still prefer to head to a bricks-and-mortar store, browse the racks, and try things on. Gradually, however, the way people buy clothes has been changing. Mousumi Behari outlines how.

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David’s Bridal focuses its turnaround plan on customization and digital marketing – Glossy

Less than 10% of David’s Bridal’s bridal sales come through e-commerce. With that in mind, the in-store experience will be crucial for the brand moving forward, said Dan Neiweem, co-founder and principal at digital consulting firm Avionos.

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