Grocery ecommerce has permanently accelerated and will approach 10% penetration in 2022. Ecommerce may still be a minor channel for food and beverage sales at 5.5% penetration, but the broader grocery market includes major sub-categories like pet products (36.0%) and health and personal care (16.5%), where ecommerce is a critical channel.
While Amazon Prime Day was bigger than ever this year, one key category took a hit. Electronics sales decreased by 5% from last Prime Day, while growth shot past 25% in home, garden, and tools, as well as in beauty and health.
Value-based care for seniors and Medicare members helps Walmart keep pace with Walgreens and CVS.
We detail the move by retail giants like Walmart into clinical trials and how the data platforms can help maintain equity.
Insider Intelligence spoke with Harley Block, co-founder and CEO of Gen Z consultant IF7, about its strategy to help brands like Abercrombie & Fitch reach the younger audience on TikTok.
Macy’s is making moves. It’s expanding its Toys R Us shop-in-shops to every Macy’s location and will open four smaller-format off-mall stores this fall.
As classrooms fill up, we’re checking the trends on children’s apparel.
Nike wants Big Tech’s layoffs: In a shift to direct sales, Nike is spending big to lure technologists. It’s a trend that could diminish the tech sector’s pull on workers.
Plagued with supply chain issues and climbing operating costs, the first half 2022 has put footwear on its heels.
While others are struggling, luxury brands are taking a victory lap.
Here’s a snapshot of the retail licensing market.
The economy looks very different to high-income consumers: Luxury sales continue to soar, while lower-income shoppers rethink their priorities.
While Nordstrom hasn’t seen its customers cutting back, it could be only a matter of time before the recession comes for the department store.
Following the heels of Amazon’s biggest Prime Day ever, our Remaining Retail podcast team discussed what’s next for the retail giant.
The toy category seems to be immune from the struggles others are facing amid inflation, making it a perfect time for Toys R Us to stage a comeback.
Hasbro and Mattel are optimistic about the future: The resiliency of the toy category coupled with strong IP properties should keep both companies in the green, even in the event of a recession.
To reduce screen time, consumers are turning to the past for other entertainment mediums. Retailers, take note, as what’s old is new again.
Despite a less-than-stellar Q2, eBay still has few tricks up its sleeve.
On today's episode, in our "Retail Me This, Retail Me That" segment, we discuss the current relevance of Prime Day, what to make of a second Prime Day in the fall, and which categories we should be watching. Then for "Pop-Up Rankings," we rank the top three reasons consumers might have opted out of Prime Day. Join our analyst Sara Lebow as she hosts analyst Andrew Lipsman.
On today's episode, in our "Retail Me This, Retail Me That" segment, we discuss how retailers build a sense of urgency and the goals of retailer-specific holidays beyond just sales. Then for "Pop-Up Rankings," we rank the top three examples of effective retail holiday marketing and discuss a miss. Join our analyst Sara Lebow as she hosts analyst Suzy Davidkhanian and Briefings director Jeremy Goldman.
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