NEW YORK — While Amazon may have the luxury of diving straight into ambitious retail projects, Kohl’s is focusing on slow but continuous innovations of its retail experience, according to an executive from the company.
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NEW YORK — The future of retail lies in bridging the gaps between the online and in-store shopping experiences, according to an executive from Tory Burch.
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.
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.
Sears is bridging the gap between online and offline with a new order online, pickup in-store promotion for last-minute holiday shoppers.
Ride-sharing application Uber is further investing in rewards after its first rollout of the partnership with multi-retailer loyalty program Shop Your Way proves successful with an expansion.
British department store Fortnum & Mason is setting consumers on a “great gift chase” to track down a Christmas character that has gone AWOL.
After completely dominating the online shopping world, Amazon is continuing to move further into physical retail with its latest offering: a bricks-and-mortar grocery store where consumers can purchase items through an app and then just grab them off the shelf.
Advances in social media have refined brand building and strengthened awareness tactics, particularly when a new product is launched, according to a report from Five by Five.
Ashley Furniture, the country’s largest furniture manufacturer and retailer, is partnering with a mobile solutions firm to leverage a platform that will power mobile integration within its physical locations.