While 2017 trends will continue into the new year, many new challenges are predicted to arise. To stay competitive, it is important for grocery retailers to adapt to these five expected trends for 2018.
While Target saw decent third quarter results, the retailer issued an underwhelming forecast for its holiday quarter. However, it has made headway on speeding up fulfillment options and ship from store capabilities. Learn what Target did to prepare for the Holiday quarter.
The Vitamin Shoppe has introduced a platform for driving repeat purchasing behavior via omnichannel subscription enrollment, expanding a customer-first shopping experience throughout its 775 retail stores and online.
Nielsen will be the sole provider of data of the mega retailer's “Walmart One Version of Truth” program, while Jet.com will become a co-operator in Nielsen's e-commerce measurement service. Learn what this expanded relationship means for manufacturers, vendors and business partners alike.
Target reveals its four latest retail tech tools in stores. From a new workforce app to chatbots, find out how this top retailer is adding cutting edge tech to improve the physical store experience for shoppers.
Neiman Marcus has found a new vice president and chief information security officer (CISO). With more than 12 years of leadership experience, find out which information security executive has entered the role.
Smart store technologies enable a data science laboratory of continual monitoring, cross-referencing and A/B testing. Learn what is needed for nuanced and actionable insight into customer behavior and its impact on the bottom line.