National Retail Federation’s annual ecommerce event will return to the LA Convention Center September 25 – 27.
According to a recent study by Accenture, there are four different business models that are shaping the future of digital commerce.
Although artificial intelligence (AI) sounds a little out of this world, this futuristic technology is already helping customers and retailers in the here and now, with expansion predicted for the years ahead.
You go shopping; let’s say it’s a national hardware store because you have a painting project you’ve decided to tackle this weekend.
Consumer expectations are higher than ever. Technology innovation and a rising number of retail providers have added fuel to this fire.
It is a good time to be in retail. Continuous developments in technology are leveling the business playing field, the new political climate promises imminent policy changes, and overall consumer and retailer optimism is rising.
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.
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.
E-commerce is growing fast, accounting for nearly $123.6 billion in revenue for the fourth quarter of 2016.