Sephora is seeing more consumers turn to their mobile devices and tablets to comparison shop, read reviews and, ultimately, buy their favorite beauty products.
Best Western has redesigned its mobile application with improved navigation and deeper enhancements to help consumers research and book their upcoming travels.
Dave & Buster’s is giving users the opportunity to design a mobile application that will be featured as an arcade attraction at its locations nationwide.
Marriott has rolled out its Travel Brilliantly multichannel campaign in a move to amplify the brand’s dedication to envision the future of travel.
Macy’s is leveraging mobile to showcase its new Impulse collection, as well as let fashion-savvy customers buy the latest looks.
EBay is making a bigger play in mobile commerce with its revamped eBay Now iPhone application, as well as plans to release an Android app and expand to more delivery zones in the future.
EBay is turning to its same-day delivery mobile application to let consumers look for and purchase last-minute Father’s Day gifts.
The Container Store is continuing to make mobile a big part of its overall strategy with the launch of a new experience that aims to improve the navigation and social integration of its mobile commerce site.
Sephora is letting consumers collect their favorite products, organize them in one place and keep track of online and in-store purchases through its new My Beauty Bag initiative.
7-Eleven is using mobile advertising and social media to get consumers hyped up about an ongoing summer giveaway, as well as bolster entries for it.