(AP) Santa in the summer? Retailers are pumping still more energy this year into trying to get shoppers to loosen their purse strings early for Christmas with sparkly ornaments, holiday music and special prices. In July.
Finalists for each category have been revealed; winners will be announced at the Licensing Awards Ball on September 9th.
If you haven’t started thinking about the 2010 holiday season, now is the time. The economy is still shaky, customers remain fickle, and if you’re not prepared you could miss out on the most important shopping season of the year.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., July 22 /PRNewswire/ — Retailers can’t survive without credit terms, according to several leading independent retailers gathered at a special Retailer to Retailer Breakfast Seminar on July 17, during the Atlanta International Gift…
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EBay Inc. after the closing bell is expected to report largely flat second-quarter results, as analysts point to data that indicate weakness in the company’s core Marketplace business.
Summer is traditionally the slowest period of the year for many independent retailers. To combat that problem, last year some local merchants in the Yuma, Arizona area came up with the “$20 on the 20th” campaign.
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 20, 2010 STELLAService, the first and only company dedicated to providing independent, comprehensive ratings on the customer service quality of Internet retailers, today announced that ten additional sites have been awarded – and are displaying – the STELLAService seal, the Web’s most trusted and sought-after signal of Internet retailers with […]
Businesses from Starbucks to independent jewelers say that finding new storefronts in Midtown is tough. Read more: http://www.dnainfo.com/20100720/manhattan/finding-new-space-not-easy-for-stores-be-ousted-by-penn-station-tunnel-project#ixzz0uKL5laJF
Where you buy your fruit and veggies, books, albums, and t-shirts–really, where you buy anything–makes a huge difference in the economy. We vote with our wallets everyday, but because of our global culture and the era of convenience, we tend to spend without pausing to think where our dollars go, and what it means to […]