“We used to talk about ‘omnichannel’ and we should just be talking about ‘commerce.’” That’s according to our analyst Suzy Davidkhanian, speaking on our “Behind the Numbers: Reimagining Retail” podcast.
Instacart will retain its status as grocery delivery king this year, capturing 73.0% of US digital grocery sales among third-party delivery services, per our forecast. However, competitors such as DoorDash and Uber will continue to eat away at its dominance.
A group of senators sent a letter to Synchrony and Wells Fargo about their credit cards designed for medical expenses.
We all know that 2023 will be the year of retail media, social commerce, and lingering economic uncertainty. But here are some more targeted possibilities for the year ahead.
Fintech stocks and indices underperformed broader financial services and technology stocks last year—here’s why that matters.
Saving money is a priority for consumers in 2023: Shoppers plan to cut back on unnecessary purchases in anticipation of difficult economic circumstances.
It doesn’t take a CPGenius to understand that consumer packaged goods (CPG) have gone digital. “Winning at the digital shelf is more critical than ever” for CPG brands, according to our analyst Andrew Lipsman. Here are five charts on what retailers, marketers, and logistics professionals need to know about CPG.
Can a new service help Shopify attract more enterprise retailers? Commerce Components by Shopify allows large retailers to integrate Shopify’s tools and services into their online platforms.
Social buyer penetration is climbing rapidly at TikTok. In the US, the app has already outpaced Pinterest by this metric, per our forecast. By the end of 2023, it will beat Instagram and tie with Facebook.
Issuers prioritized payment flexibility, rewards, and digital co-brands. They also capitalized on travel spending and leaned into small-business solutions.
On today's episode, we discuss the most important retail trends we're watching in 2023: how frugality and value are hollowing out the middle, why click and collect is so popular, why return policies will make or break retail loyalty, and more. Join our analyst Sara Lebow as she hosts analysts Suzy Davidkhanian and Carina Perkins.
This year will be marked by a little bit of the old and a little bit of the new. While consumers give in-store shopping another go, augmented reality (AR) will help bridge the gap between the physical and digital worlds. Our analysts have already covered the biggest trends of 2023, but here are four more predictions for what's to come next year.
What trends will be talking about this year? Economic pressures will push retailers to look for new revenue streams this year.
Economic uncertainty caused investors to grow cautious: Even so, there were several significant acquisitions in 2022.
The days of heady growth are over for rapid grocery startups: The once-frothy sector is now down to a handful of players and facing steep competition from Uber and Doordash.
From tumbling valuations to the arrival of Big Tech firms, we run down the biggest BNPL developments of 2022.
The leading reason consumers in the UK and US return online purchases is due to fit, size, or color, according to Coveo. Damage, defects, and poor quality are other top reasons. Some 18% of UK and US consumers make returns because they order multiple sizes with the intent of keeping only those that fit.
We look back at the year’s most disruptive Big Tech payment stories and how the Big Four have expanded in the space.
Mobile commerce is driving a growing share of retail ecommerce orders: That puts the onus on retailers to create well-designed, easy-to-use experiences for their mobile websites and apps
Retailers’ return rates are rising: That’s a significant challenge to merchants’ bottom lines, but it also presents an opportunity for those that offer a straightforward process.
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