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Christmas Day is a critical period for retailers and brands which can be derailed by a number of factors including ‘the Amazon effect.’
The marketplaces of sites like Amazon and Walmart offer access to many consumers, but at a cost.
Amazon has changed the dynamics of selling, in doing business, and how customer satisfaction is measured.
As the grocery market continues to search for the best way to blend the physical supermarket experience with the convenience of digital retailing, a new player might be stepping in to lead the way.
The news hit the retail industry like a ton of bricks late last week: Walmart was in talks to buy Jet.com for a rumoured $3 billion.
Walmart’s $3.3 billion purchase of Jet.com has prompted debate about whether the deal is a sign that Jet failed or not.
Today’s retailers and shoppers seem discount addicted – while the former serially presents new offers, the latter sits and waits for the best deal.
In addition to being part of a rapidly evolving retail landscape, apparel retailers are confronted with swift shifts in style trends that can lead to crippling overstocks.
Word this week that Wal-Mart might acquire Jet.com has analysts and experts wondering whether the combination might be more effective.
The rise of private label reinforces the need for retailers to understand their customers.