While exhausted retailers might want the 2020 holiday shopping season to be the last thing on their minds right now, there is actually no better time than the present to consider how technologies will impact your in-store experience in the year ahead. Here are four things retailers should keep in mind while building their retail strategy for 2020 and beyond.
Changing consumer attitudes and evolving technology are poised to push resale retail into the mainstream. Hear from Mercari’s head of communications on how it leverages technology to succeed and how its growth is a testament to resale’s vitality.
In this unique Special Report, RIS uncovers why a small group of retailers are scoring big gains in the battle for consumers and how they are reshaping the competitive landscape. Join us as we examine consumer behaviors in grocery retail and the significant steps retailers are taking and the technologies they are implementing to respond to them.
A year after the opening of Sam’s Club Now, a retail lab in Dallas, TX, the retailer reveals one test it trialed over the last year that worked out: mobile alcohol sales. Hear more on the learnings and the challenges the store has faced over the last year.
Walmart continues to blur the line between physical and digital with a new digital enhancement to its holiday toy catalog. Find out how the new feature adds a new level of cool and convenience to the traditional print catalog.
For a fee Walmart grocery shoppers can now enjoy unlimited home delivery at more than 1,400 locations. See how much the service costs and how Walmart is enticing shoppers to give the new service a whirl.
The retailer’s enhanced mobile app features augmented reality and integrated camera functions, making it a hub for on-the-go interior planning. Hear all about the new features and how they are redefining the Wayfair mobile shopping experience.
Online shopping has changed retail forever. Most of us wouldn’t know what to do without it. But the e-commerce revolution seems to have missed an industry – grocery. Why aren’t we making our most important shopping trip easier?