This week on Behind the Numbers: Reimagining Retail, analysts Yory Wurmser and Sky Canaves discussed mcommerce trends with host Sara Lebow.
Insider Intelligence spoke with Rachel Tipograph, the founder and CEO of MikMak, an ecommerce marketing platform for multichannel brands, about retail media in the US market.
Charging for returns is an easy way to lose customer loyalty: Retailers need to think of returns as an extension of the customer experience—and not just a cost to be managed.
SkyTab POS offers hardware products, value-added services, and integrations with third-party business solutions.
Instagram retreats from social commerce: The move comes a little more than a month after parent company Meta reported its first year-over-year revenue decline this quarter.
TikTok commands attention in the UK market: Though it doesn’t make the top 10 among mobile apps in terms of consumer reach, the app leads in time spent per user.
Venmo is the dominant P2P payment app in the US, with 52.2% of all P2P mobile payment users in 2022.
Facebook is still the king of social commerce in the US. More than 60% of US social media users ages 14 and older will make a purchase via the platform this year, and about 40% will do so via its sister app Instagram. TikTok will grow the fastest in this regard, drawing nearly one-quarter of social buyers in that age group.
Retailers struggle to determine which items to keep in stock: With many working to shrink their swollen inventory stockpiles, some are cutting back on their fall and winter orders.
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.
The programs are a part of Project REACh and can help Citi make up for potential losses in the event of an economic downturn.
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.
Cash App users can now pay on popular retail sites like American Eagle and JD Sports, which can help Block boost payments volume and revenues.
Last week, lumber prices fell as much as 4%, moving closer to pre-pandemic numbers, per Business Insider. This could be a sign of easing inflation, but it could also bring about a housing market slowdown. While we wait to see how the market shakes out, let’s take a look at where home improvement sits after a solid second quarter.
On today's episode, in our "Retail Me This, Retail Me That" segment, we discuss mobile shopping behaviors and the metrics to pay attention to going forward. Then for "Pop-Up Rankings," we rank the top four mobile shopping apps that will shape the future of mcommerce. Join our analyst Sara Lebow as she hosts analysts Sky Canaves and Yory Wurmser.
Lower-income consumers are cutting back on spending: The segment is feeling inflation’s pinch, which has hurt sales at Five Below, TJ Maxx, and Nordstrom Rack.
The payments fintech launched an ewallet to tap digital payments demand in Europe.
Personalization pays if brands get it right: Consumers want content tailored just for them, but the challenges can be daunting for marketers.
Disney looks to emulate Amazon with membership offering: The entertainment giant could also advance its flywheel by introducing in-app commerce for Disney+ and improving cross-selling opportunities.
On today's episode, we discuss what brand new forecasts the forecasting team cooked up in Q2, including influencer marketing spend by platform and tier, luxury ecommerce, and US prescription drug sales. "In Other News," we talk about Apple Pay's meteoric rise and what DoorDash's Q2 performance says about the future of the food delivery space. Tune in to the discussion with our senior forecasting analyst Iwona Drapala and director of forecasting Peter Newman.
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