There is no question social media is changing how, when, and why people shop. We discussed these changes in consumer behavior with Satish Kanwar, VP & GM of Channels at Shopify.
May 2018 Issue
Corri Neckritz started selling apparel out of her home in 2007 after experiencing frustration with the limited selections while shopping for her own kids. Flash forward to 2018 and she is the owner of Groove, a one-stop-shop for apparel, gifts, novelties, and more for babies, kids, teens, and adults.
Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, is a natural substance that has recently come into the spotlight for many reasons, explains Stacy Self, VP of marketing and business development at Miracle Nutritional Products.
As national uproar spreads around teacher pay and educational funding, questions are also being raised around whether schools are increasingly underfunded for classroom supplies. Class supply lists continue to grow and are becoming more costly for families nationwide.
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.
The spring season is a peak gift-giving season with Mother’s Day in May, Father’s Day in June, and high school and college graduations scattered between the two months.
Toys “R” Us kids will officially be a generation of the past. In March, the company announced they will close or sell all of their 735 U.S. stores including Babies “R” Us locations. It is no secret that Toys “R” Us has struggled with debt for a long time.