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COVID-19 & The Future of Commerce

A recent survey about the impact of COVID-19 on consumer shopping habits and attitudes offers a glimpse the opportunities that lie ahead for retailers.

Ikea has announced it will open its first second-hand Ikea store. Find out what it will be selling and why.

As consumers change how they shop during the pandemic, the clothing rental retailer is restructuring its memberships and bringing a key feature of its physical drop-off boxes online. Get the details.

VIEW ON-DEMAND!   Massive stock outs and overflowing warehouses are only two of the major problems that rocked the retail supply chain during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Gaping holes emerged in the retail supply chain during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the 2020 Supply Chain Technology Study, RIS benchmarks the state of the retail supply chain, identifies technologies that are keys to success, and recommends ways retailers can improve their ability to recover quickly from future disruptions.

Starbucks has expanded its digital traceability tool tracking the origin of its coffee beans, advancing the company's sustainability ambitions. 

The Consortium welcomes retailers to join in to help create a less wasteful future, while innovators, suppliers, and designers are invited to submit their ideas for game-changing sustainable bag solutions. Find out how you can help address this address this global waste challenge.

The retailer is making its fulfillment services even more accessible to its customers, as well as solidifying its commitment to selling more environmentally sustainable products.

Implement smart recycling solutions in the retail industry is rich but can often seem overwhelming to those in charge of handling day-to-day operations. It doesn't have to be.

Top Grocery Trends in 2020

Uncover the top grocery technology trends for 2020 and beyond in this interactive report and learn how key group of segment leaders are scoring big wins in the battle for customer loyalty.

Macy’s didn’t have an easy year, but the retailer enjoyed a sales uptick in the 10 shopping days before Christmas and is moving to turn things around, including testing rental and resale to its retail strategy. Find out what learnings it has gleaned so far from the pilots.

Gap, Inc. is the latest retailer to try on resale apparel in an effort to appeal to evolving consumer palates. Find out how and when it will start accepting worn items at its breadth of apparel stores.

Nordstrom is rapidly rolling out resale items to its inventory through in-store and online shop See You Tomorrow, as well as an expanded partnership with Rent the Runway. Can the department store chain capture new customers with old clothes?

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