JackThreads is the latest company seeking help to stay afloat.
Macerich, Simon, and Westfield have all signed on for a new service that accepts returns of online purchases at their malls as a way to win a bigger share of Web-shopper’s dollars at their properties.
Mobile display advertising continues to surge, and it’s on pace to claim a significant portion of online advertising revenue.
Email remains the go-to strategy for retailers to grab their piece of the digital pie — yet efforts don’t always meet their shoppers’ needs.
Commentary by Neil Saunders, managing director of GlobalData Retail, comments on J.C. Penney’s fourth quarter:
Bruised by weak fourth-quarter results, department stores are now planning more cautiously for 2017 as they re-evaluate how to compete in a rapidly changing retail environment,
Retailers are increasingly relying on mobility for customer engagement, however their marketing strategies are lagging.
A new kind of makeup consultant is assisting shoppers at Watsons Shanghai.
Foot Locker won its race in the fourth quarter.
While RH continued to make investments to transform its business model, these efforts impacted the company’s preliminary fourth quarter earnings.