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3 Tips for Retailers to Address Demand Surges

Strategies for retailers to meet the challenges of unpredictable surges in demand in the context of how three historical greats handled their challenges.

Instacart Launches Two Features to Unlock More Delivery Windows

Last week, Instacart saw overall customer order volume up by more than 300% year-over-year. Now it has launched two new features as demand for grocery delivery continues to surge.

Until COVID-19, retailers viewed disruption through an industry-focused lens of competitive threat and shifting buyer behavior. But there are learnings from this crisis to help shape strategies for surviving a new normal.

Kohl's is part of the growing trend of retailers offering contactless transactions to help fight the spread of the coronavirus.

Walmart is expanding the ways in which it provides contactless services during the coronavirus health crisis.

Walmart is offering new, contact-free ways for consumers to purchase items during the coronavirus health crisis, intended to keep both consumers and its associates safer.

Lululemon is re-focusing on its digital efforts as its stores in North America and Europe remain closed due to the coronavirus since mid-march. Find out how the retailer is turning to its RFID tech and a ship-from-store model for fulfillment, while using online classes to engage customers.

While RIS’ exclusive poll found retail executives are being tasked with learning how to navigate curb-side pickup, surging online orders, and stock outs, it also reveals for 42% of respondents, sales are seeing a boon from this historic event. Find out exactly what our readers are saying.

Addressing the spiking need for home delivery, Walgreens and Postmates have expanded on-demand delivery to almost every state. Find out how Walgreens shoppers can now get health and wellness items and other household essentials delivered to their doors.

The Men's Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank parent company has reopened its e-commerce fulfillment centers and will manufacture and donate 50,000 masks. Get the details.

Consumers on the hunt for toilet paper can now try their local Walgreens drive-thru as an option.

Consumers on the hunt for toilet paper can now try their local Walgreens drive-thru as an option.

As delivery demand surges amid the coronavirus pandemic, reports of Amazon’s struggles to keep consumers’ orders coming are beginning to surface. Find out how the e-commerce giant is stepping up to meet the challenge.

Amazon CEO and founder Jeff Bezos addressed his employees in an open letter posted on the company’s website, thanking them for their work.   

While the retailer is still delivering major appliances, it will leave them at consumers' doorsteps.

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