This time of the year invariably brings with it a flurry of “Best of” and “Top 10” lists.
There can surely be no question that the two defining themes re-shaping the U.S. retail landscape are the combined impacts of recession and technology.
Retail is a continuously evolving, competitive industry driven by consumer demand.
Today, retail companies have realized that projecting a consistent and positive brand image to their customers is a major factor in achieving customer satisfaction.
As 2010 draws to a close and interest in all things mobile reaches a fever pitch, Juniper Research has drawn up a list of predictions for the mobile and wireless industry for 2011.
For many years, light-emitting diodes (LED) were primarily known for their use in alarm clocks, flashlights and automobile taillights, but these bulbs offer more benefits than their small size and versatility.
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For many retailers, the “best customer” search has been an ineffective venture where the results haven’t warranted the time or expense, despite a host of different efforts.
Frenzied shopping trips, unexpected visitors and gift-wrap paper cuts -- I bet you thought consumers were the only ones suffering during the holidays.
Today's consumers are more informed, influential and decisive than ever before. They demand more from their retailers, both face-to-face and virtually.