Reviewing Black Friday and Cyber Monday, everything you need to know.
Seasonal creep is a disease that has long plagued the retail industry. From holiday decorations inching into October and pumpkin spice cropping up in August, our industry, and its consumers, is not known for our patience. Black Friday is no exception.
Black Friday is a peak online shopping day for most retail businesses. Aptly named for retailers to have the chance to get out of the red and into the black, this day is key to the success of many businesses.
Holiday shopping season is right around the corner, and while you’ve probably thought through things like testing your online site and what special offers you’ll promote, how much consideration have you given to your order fulfillment processes?
Originally started as a United States-based event that falls close to the Thanksgiving holiday, Black Friday has quickly grown to become one of the largest shopping days around the world, both online and in-store.
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