These shoppers who make purchases on smartphones account for 63 percent of fashion shoppers under 35, and will only continue to grow to represent the bulk of all fashion shoppers in the near future.
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The National Football League’s Dallas Cowboys, along with their ticketing partner Ticketmaster, have found an answer to their efforts against fraud via a mobile platform.
Wakefern Food Corp., the owner of grocery chains ShopRite and Fresh Grocers, is updating its sales systems in a mobile way with the addition of support for Chase Pay.
OpenTable, the restaurant reservation application, is working on a pilot program in Boston that rewards frequent diners with special reservations at hard-to-book restaurants, encouraging users to leverage the app for more than just casual dining.
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A striking 34 percent of marketers list mobile marketing as their most difficult tactic to execute. Fewer than 30 percent say they have an “excellent” grasp of mobile advertising, and 22 percent described their understanding as “poor.”
Mobile banking users are set to reach 2 billion by 2020, according to a new report from Juniper Research, suggesting that banks are placing as much effort on digital marketing and tools as traditional brands.
Fast casual burger chain Shake Shack is hoping to compete with fast food chains by testing a new mobile ordering application for iOS customers at its Midtown East location, as its loyal fans support its growth.
Mobile Minutes: First 5G modem unveiled; branded domain names; Samsung Note 7 exchange; Disney dropped Twitter bid over imageOctober 19, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Qualcomm announces the world’s first 5G modem, leading the way to multi-gigabit Internet speeds on phones; Say hello to .google and other branded internet addresses; Samsung sets up Note 7 exchanges at major US airports; Report: Disney nixed Twitter bid partly over image.
If luxury retailers do not get on board, they will soon be eclipsed by mainstream retailers – and that is not good for appearances or the bottom line.