5 retailers winning despite the pandemic
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Ross Stores sees pent-up demand, then inventory shortfalls
2020.08.31Dublin, Calif. – After reopening stores in May, Ross is chasing merchandise – but conservatively.Read More +
With Retail Bankruptcies Increasing, Look At Supply Chains To Identify The Likely Survivors
2020.08.25The apparel industry is dealing with what has felt like a meteor strike, COVID-19, and which has left many companies facing extinction. When a massive meteor struck the earth some 66 million years ago, it was our fleet-footed fellow mammals—not the larger and more powerful dinosaurs—that were able to survive in the radically changed landscape. The agility, adaptability and nimbleness mammals had developed living amongst dinosaurs paid off in evolutionary terms.Read More +
How will supply chain reshape summer market discussions?
2020.08.24Welcome to 2020’s highly compressed summer market season. After a spring that saw major markets canceled across the globe, the industry is trying to make up as much ground as it can this month with markets in Dallas, Atlanta and Las Vegas, each looking to provide retailers with access to much-needed inventory and manufacturers with some chance to get directly in front of their customers.Read More +
Why Is European Retail Recovering Nicely While U.S. Stores Continue To Struggle From Covid?
2020.08.21If you want to see how the retailing industry would be performing in the United States right now if there had been a national, intelligent and consistent approach to dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic, just take a look at Europe.Read More +
2020 Hot 100 Retailers
2020.08.20Investments in digital, ecommerce and omnichannel pay off for fastest-growing retailersRead More +
Bed Bath & Beyond launches online shopping experience for virtual college students
2020.08.18UNION, N.J. — Bed Bath & Beyond today launched College from Home, an online shopping experience dedicated to helping parents and college students transform bedrooms into remote learning spaces for the fall semester as many students learn from home because of COVID-19.Read More +
Report: Consumers starting to pare spending on home
2020.08.13New York – A new survey from Coresight Research finds that home is a top discretionary category where consumers have pulled back on spending.Read More +
How to match colors in interior design?
2020.08.06In this regards, today I am sharing an interesting color research recently published by Italian design brand Poltrona Frau.Read More +
New COVID bill in Congress could be retailers’ ‘key to recovery’
2020.08.05When the coronavirus pandemic first hit the U.S. economy this spring, Congress and the White House quickly came together to provide assistance to the thousands of businesses and millions of workers affected. The scale and speed of the packages they created were truly historic.Read More +