Dunkin’ Donuts is maintaining its status as a leader in mobile retail applications by keeping users interested in ordering rewards through special giveaways.
Sephora is implementing a new system for its store buyers that runs on mobile for a more streamlined behind-the-scenes operation, making it easier to find new products that will boast well with each store’s audience.
Online-invitation platform Evite is hoping to kick start sales of its new wedding invitation collection through a social media contest that leans on the wedding tradition of sharing pictures.
EBay is tapping millennial-focused news source theSkimm to act on the new age way of driving sales and supporting charity by using social to encourage users to sell items for charity on mobile.
AOL and Verizon are building an ad experience designed to increase sales for ad partners across its media properties with useful capability such as downloadable coupons.
Retailers and brands are taking advantage of newer shoppable capabilities of social media and mobile during a critical time for fashion — awards season — but this year might see real conversion rates.
Walmart has had an exceptional year in 2016, and might have even gained enough traction to catch up with ecommerce giant Amazon.
Guess is leaning on fashion experts to help suggest style choices to social media followers for New Year’s Eve, instead of pumping out stock images, as so many others do for a lasting impression.
While brands are quick to work with retailers such as Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom, many are sure to stay far away from Amazon with only 25 percent distributing on the online marketplace, according to L2.
Cookware retailer Williams-Sonoma is hoping to embody a high-class image for its products and overall brand image in a new social media campaign that could land a customer in London.