Valentine’s Day is a day for expressing love for someone by showering him or her with presents and goodies. This means a lot of business and preparation for retailers
The holidays are quickly approaching as they always do in the months leading to the most wonderful time of the year.
For e-commerce retailers, it’s never too soon to start preparing for Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales.
This year, Christmas Eve falls on a Sunday. That’s a big problem for retailers.
It is no secret that the holidays are the busiest and most important time of the year for many retailers.
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.
The gift industry is always changing. As retailers, we need to keep up.
Mother’s Day comes but once a year. Friends and family gather together to celebrate the mothers, grandmothers, partners and expectant mothers in their lives.
Independent retailers have a huge advantage over big-box retailers when it comes to holidays like Valentine’s Day.
When you earn the lion’s share of your profits during the holiday season, there are two big questions small retailers should be asking themselves: Did I adequately prepare for my holiday business? What can I do if holiday sales are bigger than I expected?