A 33-year-old make-up brand is looking to make inroads in the U.S. market with a jazzy-looking that is big on interactivity.
A new digital payment process promises to improve in-store experiences, deliver operational efficiencies and create more consistency cross-channel.
Women’s apparel retailer J.Jill is returning to the public arena after more than a decade of private ownership.
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.