International Market Centers (IMC) has reported that AmericasMart will be the exclusive destination of some 250-plus brands that will only be showing in Atlanta Market’s permanent showroom collection this winter.
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Amazon will open a new one million square-foot fulfillment center in North Little Rock, AK.
In this holiday season, Nordstrom is offering customers more choices than ever to get their online orders how they want before December 25, including online order pickup, curbside pickup, ship to store, expedited shipping and same-day delivery in the NYC area.
Walmart is launching a livestream for the TikTok community that will give participants a chance to shop for select products featured in content from some of the app’s most popular creators, all without ever having to leave the platform, said William White, Walmart U.S. chief marketing officer.
Amazon plans to open its first fulfillment center in the state of South Dakota in Sioux Falls. The site, which is anticipated to launch in 2022, will create 1,000 full-time jobs.
Crate & Barrel is enhancing its curbside pickup with Glympse, a day-of-service mobile communications platform that facilitates and delivers proactive engagement between customers and store associates.
In a season when holiday shopping began early, November retail sales dipped from the month before but still enjoyed a sixth consecutive year-over-year gain, according to the National Retail Federation.
Goat Story, a home coffee equipment and roasting company based in Slovenia, has launched the Arco manual/electric coffee grinder via a Kickstarter campaign.
Studio M will be releasing hundreds of fresh designs for spring and summer 2021 at the upcoming markets. The company said the new decor designs are in response to demand for outdoor décor items as consumers continue to focus on redecorating projects.
As it continues to cope with conditions created by the COVID-19 pandemic, Rite Aid net income from continuing operations declined in the third quarter, but the company still beat a Wall Street estimate by 41 cents.
Dallas Market Center is expanding its temporary exhibitors across its marketplace in four distinct neighborhoods during the upcoming Total Home & Gift Market. The market is scheduled to be held January 6 to 9, 2021.