Best Buy is driving incremental sales by offering rebates through the Ibotta application, which rewards consumers with cash for interacting with brands and making purchases.
RadioShack opened its first custom concept store in Manhattan on Feb. 1, leveraging mobile technology to enhance the in-store experience with the hopes of spurring better sales for the company.
Verizon is transforming its in-store retail design to provide a more relevant and tactile experience for shoppers with mobile devices in their hands.
Safeway and Giant Eagle yesterday began using iBeacon and related applications in 150 stores to offer better customer service in-store and beyond.
While much has been talked about Apple’s new low-energy Bluetooth technology iBeacon as a way to trigger contextually-relevant messages to in-store shoppers, the manufacturer’s initial testing of the technology in its retail stores focuses more on selling small-ticket accessories and products.
Conn’s has rolled out a full-blown mobile site after experimenting with mobile on individual parts of its Web site.
New York photo and video equipment store B&H Photo Video is making a big bet on mobile this holiday season with a new responsive Web site and two mobile applications.
Sharper Image has introduced digital watermarking into its print catalogs to enable consumers to immediately buy a product on their mobile devices while browsing through the catalog.
LITCHFIELD PARK, AZ – A Lenovo executive at the Mobile Shopping Fall Summit said that the brand is working around the fact that that it does not have physical stores with 5,053 location-based mobile search pages to increase traffic to consumer electronics retailers.
Best Buy has revamped its loyalty program with mobile playing a key role in improving the in-store experience and offering consumers exclusive deals.