Eighty-six percent of social media users follow businesses. Instinct would tell us that users follow brands for promotions and discounts. However, in reality the relationship is much deeper.
October 2016 Issue
A quick look around a crowded store can often make one thing clear: today’s shoppers won’t venture too far without their phones. According to a recent survey from SessionM, ninety percent of retail shoppers use their smartphones while in-store.
The Mountain, America’s Greenest Apparel Company™, has released their newest line of apparel. Colorwear™ is a line of t-shirts with outlines of animals and nature scenes designed by some of the best coloring book artists in the marketplace.
Generation Z are the new kids on the block. The oldest of this demographic group are just starting to graduate from college and enter the adult economy.
Direct Liquidation, experts in reverse logistics, take in customer returns, end-of-life overstock, and closeouts from tier-one brands, and resell the products across the United States and Canada.
Parker Trade Shows is preparing the final touches for what is slated to be their biggest show yet.
Historically, large retailers and manufacturers have relied on one or two liquidators for dealing with their returned and excess merchandise.
GENCO Marketplace has a long-standing reputation for helping customers realize the full value of their products.
Urban Expositions hosts several regional cash and carry Christmas gift shows each year, “with a vast and versatile collection of gifts-to-go,” says Suzanne Pruitt of Urban Expositions.
By nature, the retail business has ups and downs. The economy changes and trends go in and out of style. But over the past few years, the pet industry has proved almost infallible.