by Brian Cox There are currently more than 100 million Americans that are either underbanked or underserved by traditional banks. The majority of these consumers are unable to manage routine financial transactions that most of us take for granted, such as purchasing goods and services online, sending electronic bill payments, or handling person-to-person money transfers. […]
Now that more consumers are getting out of their houses and hosting parties for friends and family, air fresheners are a great way to make any home inviting and smell amazing. They can also be placed inside cars, bathrooms, closets, and basically anywhere to freshen up the space. From exclusive items to the average brand, […]
by David Mayer Physical retail has been in decline for more than a decade. While grocery saw a temporary reprieve during the onset of COVID-19 as shoppers stockpiled and avoided restaurants, March 2021 will likely see year-over-year declines as the world returns to pre-pandemic norms. To continue to thrive, retailers need to address the core […]
A point-of-purchase display, or POP display, is marketing material or advertising placed next to the merchandise it is promoting. Generally located in the checkout area or other location where the purchase decision is made, this is a very important tool in retail. Most wholesale suppliers will have POP material for retailers to use, which is […]
According to a recent study by the FDIC, 9.6 million households in the United States don’t have bank accounts. This group of unbanked consumers is one of the target markets for ALTPAY, a new up and coming mobile payment company, which will give retailers a greater opportunity to connect with a wider range of customers.
The U.S. convenience store industry boasts a total of 151,282 stores (as of December 31, 2013) across the country and posted $696 billion in total sales in 2013.
As a retailer, it is up to you to find the hottest new products, and provide those products to your customers before anyone else can. Today, there are approximately 150,000 convenience stores in operation. 63 percent of those convenience stores are independently owned, while the remaining are chain store operations.
Hispanics visit convenience stores more frequently per month than non-Hispanics, according to a recent report released by market researcher, The NPD Group.
A report recently released by The NPD Group found that Hispanics visit convenience stores more frequently per month than non-Hispanics.
The annual ranking of U.S. retailers by domestic sales was featured in the July issue of NRF STORES magazine.