While online giants like Amazon, Walmart and eBay have used such cutting-edge technology for years, now ecommerce entrepreneurs can take advantage of it as well.
May 2017 Issue
Uncle Sam shoppers have always preferred American-made products. With the election of President Trump, the demand for Made in USA has only increased.
The most common reason tenants lease space instead of buying a location is because of availability – or a lack thereof. 95 percent of all commercial space is for lease and not for sale.
With 2017 in full swing, we already have a feel for what new consumer trends are emerging, which ones are enduring from last year, and what has fizzled out.
Though only in its second year of operation, Shoptalk is quickly becoming an industry hotspot for retail executives, designers, consultants, startups, analysts and media to gather and discuss innovations, technology, and consumer trends.
Mother’s Day is here! American consumers are expected to spend over four billion dollars on jewelry for mom, averaging about $96 per shopper. A total of almost 85 percent of consumers nationwide plan to celebrate Mother’s Day.
Souvenir sales make up 30 percent of the total gift market. As evidenced by over $17 billion in annual revenue, the gift industry is constantly growing.
The International Gift Exposition in the Smokies (IGES®) will open its doors to buyers from thousands of retail resorts and souvenir shops again this November 1st – 5th, 2016, 2016, offering the widest variety of custom souvenirs and new resort merchandise imaginable.
The International Gift Exposition in the Smokies® (IGES), takes place this November 1st through the 5th in Sevierville and Pigeon Forge, TN.
It was recently announced in August that Emerald Expositions, owner of ASD Market Week and Surf Expo, has acquired the International Gift Exposition in the Smokies (IGES®) and the Souvenir Super Show from Toledo, OH, based M&M Gift shows.