Despite positive economic moves in the housing and job markets, the retail back-to-school sales season won't be as robust as last year. Overall, however, spending has been on a steady and healthy progression.
In Part 2 of our Back-to-School series, an expert offers tips on enticing the mobile shopper and ensuring the mobile retail experience is rewarding for the consumer.
In this first part of a 10-part series on back-to-school retail strategies experts offer up insight on new trends and why you need to start planning for the school shopping season right now.
Tablets and a business intelligence service is helping a restaurant chain to not only foster more efficient customer point of sales it’s helping gleam valuable data to drive greater engagement.
Retail foodservice faces a big customer experience hurdle due to the shortage of eggs thanks to an Avian flu outbreak.
As school days wind down, and beach trips and vacations ramp up, enticing consumers into stores gets a bit more challenging, especially once the shopping mania of Father’s Day in late June comes and goes.
Like a smattering of rhinestones on a pair of skinny jeans, Old Navy has emerged as the unexpected sparkle in Gap Inc.’s performance.
A look at why adding interactive digital signage could give retailers a seamless customer experience.
Provide a secure solution for high-theft pegged products while maintaining product availability for self-serve to the customer. Each knob turn draws product forward and releases a single package. Its intuitive design alerts store personnel when multiple products are being dispensed at once.
Protect high-value, high-theft product, while allowing customers access to product for purchase. Clear sliding panels prevent “shelf sweeping” theft while maintaining an unobstructed view of product. Panels are available for narrow or wide product and feature contoured edges for comfortable shopping.