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Nike revenue surged 10% in its latest quarter, fueled by an increasingly more direct connection to consumers, CFO Andy Campion says. Learn how Nike’s customer-centric retail model and technology investments are helping it race into 2020.

Nordstrom has been giving customers greater inventory selection and faster delivery without increasing inventory levels, while engaging customers by offering express services. Now the retailer says it will accelerate this market strategy to its remaining top 10 markets and open more Nordstrom local service hubs in Los Angeles and New York. Find out how Nordstrom is turning its business model around in 2020.

For store designers looking to capture your customers’ attention, awaken their senses and immerse them in a wonderful shopping experience that builds affection and loyalty, we’ve compiled this list featuring 17 of our favorite visual merchandising tips.

In order to meet constantly shifting consumer demand and ensure product is where it needs to be, when it needs to be there savvy retailers are turning to AI to power their next-gen supply chains. See what the industry leaders are doing how you can do the same.

Department stores are racing to master omnichannel in their efforts to win customer loyalty.

Inventory errors are the root cause of stock-outs. Download this exclusive infographic to discover how to overcome inventory problems and ensure happy, loyal customers.   

The department store segment continues to reinvent itself through acquisitions and an increased focus on off-price merchandise. Apparel Magazine's annual ranking of the top department stores saw a new retailer in the top spot. See where Macy's, Kohl's, Sears and others ranked.

A typical large grocery retail location might have anywhere from 60,000 to 300,000 SKUs, and only 36 endcaps. Knowing how to pair and price items to impact sales and margins often changes week to week – even day to day.

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