Things are looking brighter this Christmas season as more and more reports come in that consumers are finally opening their wallets.
Wholesaler presents a number of unique items, including “diversion safes” that look like everyday items.
Low prices, high volume and responsiveness to customers has helped wholesaler thrive for more than two decades.
The traditional Jewish holiday is now enjoying a higher profile, resulting in a big boost to retailers’ bottom line.
While recent research found that sales associates are helpful, not enough of them are suggesting additional items to customers.
It’s more good news as indicators are strong that consumers are shaking off their fears and returning to their spending ways.
The government’s attempts to solve the current economic crisis would only exacerbate the problem and increase unemployment.
In yet another indication that consumers are more confident, a survey finds buying will be up sharply over this time last year.
In a surprise finding, consumers are loosening the purse strings for not only needed clothing but ‘special treats’ for themselves and loved one.
Market researcher says signs are everywhere that consumers are once again ready to spend. Are you prepared for them?