With high social media use and a preference for shopping online rather than in-store, these two demographics hold the key to the US' social commerce market potential.
The Surprising Revival of Malls Is About More Than 'Intense Nostalgia' — 3 Factors Are Behind the Resurgence, According to a New Report
Malls experienced an 11% surge in sales last year, reaching $819 billion in 2022.
From how we discover and verify products to how we interact with merchants, AI is set to rapidly change how we shop. Here's how businesses can stay competitive in the new landscape.
Is Inflation Really Cooling Off? In the Current Uncertain Economy, Smart Consumers (and Merchants) Are Adopting These New Habits
Despite recent positive news about inflation "cooling off," prices remain high, and consumers still have trepidation about spending money. More than ever, they are seeking discounts and other money-saving tactics. Here's how businesses selling online can respond.
A 10-Acre Plant Store, 'Once Worn' Wedding Dresses, and a James Baldwin-Inspired Bookstore: America's 15 Most Beloved Mom and Pop Shops
If you're looking to buy local, these independent businesses offer a thoughtful curation of items that makes shopping a true experience.
Buoyed by the rise of the creator economy and consumers' changing social media and shopping habits, social commerce has become a growth engine for the retail industry.
Online native sellers are tapping into omnichannel experiences with pop-ups and brick-and-mortar stores. Should you?
In the modern world of accelerated digital advancements, the tech landscape of ecommerce is regularly evolving. With the groundbreaking growth in artificial intelligence and other technologies, how customers interact with respective brands has experienced a prominent shift.
The news comes a month after the mall's biggest retailer, Nordstrom, announced it would not be renewing its lease at the San Francisco shopping center, closing up shop by August.
'Angry and in Shock': Fashion Label Orders Former Sales Reps to Return Commissions in Wake of Bankruptcy
The once upscale NYC-based fashion label went under in 2020. Now, former stylists are being ordered to return commissions earned prior to the company's collapse.
It's time to reimagine upgrading. Here's how to fly first class on every flight, business or personal.
Customer research shows that more high-earners are taking to bargain hunting.
The pandemic shook brand loyalty, shopping habits and purchasing behaviors, but bright spots remain for retailers.
Don't let holiday shoppers scare you. Instead, follow these five strategies for optimal online holiday sales.