Retailers are increasingly giving their wedding and baby registries a high-tech upgrade, in response to changing consumer tastes and competition from digitally-native startups.
J.Crew is giving Madewell a bigger spotlight, as the denim-driven brand looks to double its annual sales.
As brands push for more direct sales and customer connection, the business model for middlemen has had to pivot as well.
Walmart is bulking up its online strategy for groceries, using multiple touch points.
As prescription revenue is under pressure, Walgreens looks to CPG retail, grocery and private-label brands to fuel growth.
Reebok has launched an experience-based loyalty program to personalize customer relationships and acquire customer feedback.
A blow-up is brewing at Bed Bath & Beyond.
Pinterest’s imminent IPO raises fresh questions about how big of a role the platform will play in the future of social commerce.
The secret sauce behind Nike’s success in building up its digital and direct-to-consumer businesses is the link between its apps and its store strategy.
As digital brands grow up, direct-to-consumer retail is looking more like a launch strategy than a business model.
Retailers are slowly starting to adapt a playbook for rolling out plus-sized collections that more closely mirrors that of their other product lines.
There’s not much channel purity among direct-to-consumer brands anymore, unless you look at Glossier.
A growing number of health and beauty brands are turning to cloud-based systems that can handle customer, financial and inventory data across all processes, from production to payment.
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