With the beginning signs of a slowdown and the dramatic stock market swings, a retailer is concerned about what the second half of 2019 will shape up to be.
Given the fraught political environment and dramatic stock market swings, a retailer wants to know if these factors will affect shoppers’ holiday spending.
With recent stock market volatility and slower than expected retail sales in September, a retailer wants to know if he should be concerned going into holiday shopping season.
A retailer wants to know if the rising consumer prices on popular gift items due to new tariffs will in turn affect demand for apparel this holiday season.
A retailer wants to know just how important personalization is in today’s menswear market.
With bigger retailers like Target and Best Buy offering to match lower prices that customers see online, a retailer wants to know if this is a good strategy for smaller retailers going into holiday.
A retailer wants to know if he should expect consumer demand to decline this fall since it has come in strong for the first half of the year.
A retailer is preparing for his spring ’19 buy and wants to know what kind of margins he can expect to see in the market.
A retailer wants to know which fashion items he should consider buying going into the spring/summer 2019 season.
Now that the ‘retail apocalypse’ seems to be calming down, a retailer would like to know how to maintain the positive sales increases he has been seeing in his store.
A retailer wants to know if European runways are still the place where fashion trends are born, or if he should be paying more attention to people on the street.
A retailer wants to know exactly what the cons are for accepting all of his store’s new product in the beginning of each season.
A retailer with several location on the East Coast wants to if the impending tariff war will affect clothiers and their customers.
Where should a retailer begin to establish a technology platform and framework that will set them on the right course given today’s rapid pace of change?
A retailer wants to introduce young, emerging designers into his store in hopes of attracting younger customers and would like to know the best way to do so.
As was to be expected, the NRF show, held last month in New York, was very exciting this year and very well attended.
With the fall/winter buying season now in full swing, a retailer would like to know what items and trends he should know about while shopping the market.
With new data showing that over 75 percent of U.S. consumers shopped on Amazon this holiday season, one retailer asks the question on everyone’s mind: what can stores do to gain those sales?
To avoid the enterprise death spiral, retailers need to build solutions around their customers and ignore the old technology paradigms that don’t apply.
With November marking the official start of the holiday shopping season, a retailer is looking for some tips to boost sales for the remainder of the year.