Retailers Need to Start Innovating

Retail DW

“Stop waiting for something to bring shoppers back to your store and start innovating. Taking advantage of the creativity and entrepreneurial roots that prompted an independent retailer to launch their business has once again become a necessity.

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5 Tips for Starting Your Own Subscription Box

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For independent retailers, subscription boxes and clubs are a great way to increase revenues and build customer loyalty.

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Subscription Box Boom


Subscription services were a hot topic in 2017. The apparel startup Stitch Fix® exploded with success, Amazon is beta testing a similar product called Amazon Prime Wardrobe, and Under Armour® and Gap® also jumped in on the idea.

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Amazon Private Label and Prime Now Deliveries Biggest Threat to Retailers in 2018


Brick and mortar retailers will face increasing pressures around addressing long-term debt.

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5 Retail Email Marketing Tips for Collaborating Between Your Digital and In-Store Experiences

Web Profit

As a retailer, you’ll want to maximize your opportunities in both online and offline retail worlds, keeping shoppers happy and spending their money in your store. Here’s how you can use retail email marketing to do just that.

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Retail 2018: What’s Next?


According to headlines, 2017 was the year of the “Retail Apocalypse.

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QMT Windchimes® Make the Wind Sing®


Wind chimes date back to Ancient Rome and Eastern and Southeast Asia. The chimes were used to ward off evil spirits and to bring good fortune

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Thinking Big by Going Small: Why Chain Stores are Trying to Mimic Independents

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For over a century, mom and pop businesses have been the backbone of American communities.

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Army Navy Military Expo


The Army Navy Military Expo will return to the Rio Hotel and Casino January 21 – 23rd, 2018.

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Digitizing the Impulse Buy

Impulse Buy

Impulse buys are a staple for any retailer. Those unplanned purchases make up 40 percent of all consumer spending.

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