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Retailers Are Abandoning Teenage Customers - Business insider

Retailers Are Abandoning Teenage Customers - Business insider | Retail Mobility | Scoop.it
Teen retailers are increasingly abandoning their core demographic for an older crowd. Urban Outfitters is redesigning its clothing amid fears it has too many

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3 Lessons Every Retailer Has To Learn From Starbucks' Mobile Success Story - Business 2 Community

3 Lessons Every Retailer Has To Learn From Starbucks' Mobile Success Story - Business 2 Community | Retail Mobility | Scoop.it
Business 2 Community 3 Lessons Every Retailer Has To Learn From Starbucks' Mobile Success Story Business 2 Community “The mobile is the future and the future is here.” “Retailers need to be on the mobile because that's where the consumers are.”...
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Digital Experiences in Retail

Digital experiences in retail are becoming more personalized and engaging every day. In this video from NRF 2014, Jose Avalos, Director of Visual Retail at I...
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Sprouts CEO: Selection, staff key to winning natural shopper | Sprouts Farmers Market content from Supermarket News

Sprouts CEO: Selection, staff key to winning natural shopper | Sprouts Farmers Market content from Supermarket News | Retail Mobility | Scoop.it
The trend toward healthier eating is making product attributes more powerful than brands, favoring specialty retailers with deeper selections of such items and a staff knowledgeable about them.

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Editors@Fresh's curator insight, May 28, 2014 11:04 AM

The typical supermarket approach to natural foods has been to stock the top 20% of SKUs in their stores. Where Sprouts has an advantage would be on the offering itself,” Sanders said when asked about the effect of supermarkets increasing natural and organic selections during the BMO Farm to Market Conference.

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Top tips: Five ways retailers can prepare for seasonal promotions ...

Top tips: Five ways retailers can prepare for seasonal promotions ... | Retail Mobility | Scoop.it
Managing seasonal sales and promotions forms an integral part of every retailer's arsenal – when done successfully, it can drive sales consistently throughout the year while providing customers with a convenient and relevant ...

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Editors@Fresh's curator insight, May 21, 2014 12:36 PM

The key to a strong seasonal promotion rests on a variety of factors but can be boiled down to the following: understanding the customer’s motivations and behaviours, and merchandising products accordingly.

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3 Lessons Every Retailer Has To Learn From Starbucks' Mobile Success Story - Business 2 Community

3 Lessons Every Retailer Has To Learn From Starbucks' Mobile Success Story - Business 2 Community | Retail Mobility | Scoop.it
Business 2 Community 3 Lessons Every Retailer Has To Learn From Starbucks' Mobile Success Story Business 2 Community “The mobile is the future and the future is here.” “Retailers need to be on the mobile because that's where the consumers are.”...
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Top tips: Five ways retailers can prepare for seasonal promotions ...

Top tips: Five ways retailers can prepare for seasonal promotions ... | Retail Mobility | Scoop.it
Managing seasonal sales and promotions forms an integral part of every retailer's arsenal – when done successfully, it can drive sales consistently throughout the year while providing customers with a convenient and relevant ...

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Editors@Fresh's curator insight, May 21, 2014 12:36 PM

The key to a strong seasonal promotion rests on a variety of factors but can be boiled down to the following: understanding the customer’s motivations and behaviours, and merchandising products accordingly.