Of those, 58 percent reported shopping at dollar stores, 50 percent at off-price stores like Ross or T.J. Maxx and discount grocers like Aldi or Lidl, 44 percent at outlet stores and 36 percent at thrift stores.
The National Retail Federation today announced the winners of its inaugural Innovation Awards, a new competition to acknowledge cutting-edge tech startups and other companies using the best and latest technology to revolutionize the retail shopping experience.
More than two dozen of the best and brightest leaders from retail, technology and business will be among the headline speakers as over 37,000 retailers from nearly 100 countries gather in New York next January to address the latest trends, innovations and strategries for transformation at the National Retail Federation’s 108th annual convention.
Serena Williams to close out Sho.org 2018. Other notable speakers include Accenture, Adobe, Deloitte Consulting, Dylan’s Candy Bar, eBay, Etsy, Flywheel, GIPHY, Glossy, JGA, Macy’s, NYDJ, Sephora, Shoes of NYC, Sur La Table, TechStyle Fashion Group, Uber, Wayfair, and Zappos.
Successful retail segmentation owed in part to skilled management and strategy rather than any particular game-changing innovation led companies to top the list of Hot 100 Retailers published today by the National Retail Federation’s STORES magazine.
Launching new strategies, augmenting the in-store experience and reengineering both logistics and digital commerce capabilities helped the largest U.S. retailers maintain their edge during the past year, according to the annual Top 100 Retailers list released today by the National Retail Federation’s STORES Magazine and Kantar Consulting.
Startup founders, CEOs and leading business personalities will discuss the shifting retail landscape and changes to the consumer experience as more than 2,500 leading members of the retail community gather in Las Vegas, September 12-14 for NRF's 2018 Shop.org conference.