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.
As retailers continue to build their digital capabilities and work towards a completely unified approach they are placing an increased emphasis on e-commerce firepower. See the major trends that will have the greatest impact over the next year.
President of Harley-Davidson of New York City, Asaf Jacobi, owns three locations and has the rights for Harley Davidson in the New York City area. Find out how Artificial Intelligence platform “Albert” helps leads and sales skyrocket at NYC’s Harley-Davidson franchise.
What makes Kidbox interesting in the hyper-competitive retail environment is that it is disruptive in a disruptive category – subscription-box retailing. As with all areas of retailing today there is a proliferation of sub-box startups.
Accurate assortment planning requires a robust amount of historical data, but without taking a series of necessary steps to draw those insights and create actions, the assortments won’t address consumers’ needs.
The Children's Place is expanding store closures amidst a rise in same store sales, as it continues its e-commerce push. Part of its digital transformation effort in 2017 includes developing its customer personalization. Find out the three ways it plans to do this.
BJ’s Wholesale Club will use predictive analytics and machine learning to assist with buying decisions. The operator of membership warehouse clubs will begin using First Insight’s predictive analytics.