Businesses and consumers all over the world have been using Microsoft Office since it’s initial release in 1990. It’s helped to keep businesses organized and easy flowing. But now, organization and communication has never been easier as new wave technology continues to stream its way into our lives.
As consumer product discovery continues to shift online, it makes sense that more and more retailers find their products online too. Yet, trade shows are still an essential aspect of the retail industry.
What do the UBM Fashion NYWOMEN’S shows have in common this coming June? A reimagined shopping experience exclusively designed for retailers and consumers, too.
According to Supermarket News, about 45% of consumers have shopped for groceries online, but 60% of that group says they rarely do so. The biggest barrier to online grocery shopping is perishables like meat and produce.
Mobile devices are becoming increasingly popular for shopping, both inside and out of the store. According to the Invesp Blog, 95% of mobile internet users look up local information on their phones for the purpose of calling or visiting a business, but mobile devices account for just 19% of all US retail ecommerce sales.
Earlier this week, the Trump administration unveiled plans to put in place a 25% import tariff on roughly $50 billion worth of Chinese products.
Retail branding is the strategy companies use to excite consumers. For decades, if not centuries, having quality products was all the retail branding you needed.
“Workforce is affecting everyone. There are more jobs than qualified applicants.
Americans value the rich information available to them while shopping online but crave the immediacy and sensory elements of the brick-and-mortar shopping experience.
Once the last trace of Halloween candy is gone, Americans plan to get started on holiday shopping.