This is to encourage sales while coronavirus restrictions slow foot traffic.
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These retailers, all members of INSTORE’s Brain Squad, share their thoughts on the 2019 holiday selling season.
The program will expand to more locations in 2020.
Holiday retail sales are expected to grow 4%.
They're located in New York.
A review found that they were underpaid.
It's being sold at SamsClub.com.
It's grown considerably in recent years.
They've been asked to leave by May 31.
Our Edge Retail Academy data pool has expanded and now includes just under 1,000 stores. Our data, which includes stores with at least three years of...
At other locations, it's revamped the department.
It's expected to be a record year for spending.
Overall retail growth will be nearly 5%.
‘I’m lucky to sell one piece a week.’ The Financial Times reports that some business owners in the jewelry district of Los Angeles are seeing their...
Be persistent, but change with the times. In the current era of retail, you have to be persistent. But you also have to change with the...
A common belief turns out to be a myth. Despite fears that millennials are abandoning brick-and-mortar retail in favor of e-commerce, they actually go to stores...
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