Find out which companies are the largest U.S. retailers. Compare their sales, earnings and store growth year over year. Analysis includes detailed financial comparisons of specific publicly held retail companies segregated by retail category.
Chain Store Age’s 32nd annual Retail Store of The Year design competition recognizes the best in retail and restaurant design from around the world, as well as achievements in sustainability and in-store digital innovation. All the winning stores and restaurants are featured in this exclusive report.
This special report from Chain Store Age offers a recap of the issues and trends that surfaced at the NRF’s 2015 Annual Convention & Expo (the “Big Show”). Download the report and read about retailing’s global outlook, the outlook for online spending, the changing luxury market, hot technology trends and more.
Learn about emerging brands on the cusp of break-out success and formerly solid brands in need of a reset in this exclusive report, More Climbers & Fallers.
A digital follow-up to Chain Store Age’s annual State of the Industry Report from Interbrand Design Forum, the report sheds light on retailers who know how to connect with customers in a transforming marketplace.
By downloading this new report by inmoment, retailers can learn how the Experience Hub will allow them to “own the moment,” meaning that whenever, wherever, and however customers choose to initiate engagement, retailers can capture their interest with a cohesive message tailored around their, time-, location- and task-specific needs.
Predictive analytics are a crucial tool for staying ahead of the competition. Applying complex mathematical algorithms to patterns in customer behavior, product sales and other key performance indicators provides insight into otherwise hidden trends that can separate you from your peers.
Retailers in 2014 are in a constant state of change, selling new merchandise categories to an increasingly time-pressed and ever more discerning customer. Yet many still maintain their flooring with outdated and ineffective methods that can even affect shoppers’ and associates’ safety.
The classic multichannel retail business model has recently been eclipsed by a “Commerce Anywhere” approach. Where retail channels were once highly segmented, consumer expectations now dictate an experience that leverages a wide array of interactions.