At the Digiday Retail Summit in Austin Texas, industry executives gathered to talk about the biggest challenges they're facing right now.
Lululemon's new CEO is rethinking the boundaries of the athleisure brand.
Wayfair's product team starts by identifying a customer problem, and then thinks about what tech features could potentially solve that problem.
Six months into the job, JCPenney's new CEO Jill Soltau is filling out her executive team with alumni from Macy's, Walmart, and Target.
Over the past seven years, Best Buy become a model example of how big-box retailers can survive in the age of Amazon.
It's shaping up to be the year of spin-offs in retail, as brands that have struggled for years to grow sales are offloading their best-performing assets.
Walmart is renovating tired old stores and using automation technology to help it serve in-store and e-commerce customers concurrently.
Drugstores are embracing CBD (cannabidiol) products, pushing the trend into the mass market.
Adidas is doubling down on its partnerships with non-athletes.
Twitch has proven there is a big market for watching other people play video games, so why not the same for shopping.
Serial entrepreneur Eric Ryan still believes that the best way to build a CPG brand that can scale is by working with mass retailers.
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