Celebrating 25 successful years in design, retail and branding, Emerald Expositions will present the Global Shop Show at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas from March 28-30, 2017.
Pepper, a humanoid robot from SoftBank robotics company, is designed to be a shopping concierge.
Blogging is a huge part of business in today’s world. Every business needs a blog for countless reasons, but chief of them all is for connecting customers to your brand.
Mobile marketing has had an enormous impact on how brands interact with marketers in 2016.
“Everyone is looking to both grow or start and protect their Amazon revenue stream,” explains Scott Margolius, founder of product research tool INDBL and online retailer consultant with Feedback Repair.
For emerging retailers, remaining relevant in their respective markets can be challenging due to growing competition.
Twitter is evolving and changing. The origins of Twitter date back to the mid 2000’s when its main purpose was to be a micro blogging system where users could make an update to friends and colleagues in 140 characters or less.
There is nothing worse than seeing a business with a great idea and concept fail to communicate successfully to their audience due to a lack of consistent branding.
In the wake of the rapidly changing digital age, the customer journey is more complex than ever. Customers are making buying decisions differently. Their path to purchase usually starts online, window-shopping on websites for products they need or desire.
If retailers focus on one thing this holiday season, it should be improving the online customer experience. Anyone in customer service would probably say that this is a no-brainer, but with the past few holiday seasons focused heavily on online and mobile shopping, it seems that retailers have strayed from the heart of what makes a fantastic retailer-customer relationship: a personalized shopping experience.