Halloween Consumer Spending on the Rise as the Holiday Shopping Season Begins

The best unofficial holiday of the year is tomorrow.

I don’t know about you, but any excuse to dress up and eat candy is a win in my book. It’s a win for retailers too, as October marks the point in the year where the holiday season actually starts to feel like the holiday season. Pumpkins, tombstones and spider-web décor take over homes and storefronts, giving us all the fun holidays feels to indulge.

And by indulge, I mean spend more $$ (and eat more candy!).

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Topics: holidays, ecommerce, brick-and-mortar retail, consumer insights, holiday shopping, consumer spending

4 Ways to Overcome the Luxury Retailer Paradox

"Luxury fashion has always thrived on a culture of exclusivity, but the modern age has brought about a democratization of the apparel and accessories space that brands are still currently navigating.”Luxury Daily

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Topics: fashion, luxury retail, ecommerce, brick-and-mortar retail, online shopping, high-end retail

Iconic Coach Brand Unveils…Tapestry. Re-Brand for the Win?

We all know Coach. We can all recognize the emblematic "C" stamped across its’ renowned leather handbags from about a mile away.

Okay, maybe not a whole mile away, but you get the point.

As you may have heard, last week the company unveiled some unexpected news—Coach, Inc. is re-branding to Tapestry. People are not thrilled, to say the least.   

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Topics: luxury retail, coach, brick-and-mortar retail, branding, re-branding

Monday Mélange for Oct 16, 2017

3 Retail Stories Worth Reading from the Last Week (or so)

Welcome to your weekly mélange of retail news! This is where we look at the previous week (ish) of retail news, events, and activities to hopefully enlighten your day with a story that may have fallen through the cracks. 

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Topics: predictive analytics, retail analytics, retail news, top stories, monday melange

Delivering on Delivery Expectations

"The No. 1 driver of shopping cart abandonment (aka lost market share) is extra fees applied at checkout (aka logistics costs).”  - Retail Dive

As a consumer, it’s easy to overlook the complexities retailers must overcome to execute on delivering the right product to the right place, at the right time.  

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Topics: customer experience, retail technology, amazon, fulfillment, walmart, consumer habits, order delivery, delivery

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