This is the first installment of a special series, presented by the National Hardware Show, exploring key trends and developments driving the growth of housewares and home goods in the home improvement retail business.
In this installment, Matt Woods, CEO of Cincinnati-based Woods Hardware, discusses the development of a 3D e-commerce experience connecting the company’s stores and website.
With activist investor action looming, eBay has responded to a letter from Elliott International, a fund with an interest in the company, suggesting changes in operations and spinoffs of StubHub and the eBay classifieds group.
Wayfair has been known for its curation of products, organizing merchandise to simplify the shopping experience for consumers. The retailer has been gradually expanding its curation efforts, with the latest example being the launch of its Greyleigh collection.
According to eMarketer, Millennials are more social when it comes to media than they are in person, at least when it comes to shopping.
After a strong holiday season, Ollie’s Bargain Outlet is currently capitalizing on Toys “R” Us’ liquidation as the closeout retailer looks to expand, according to a recent media report.
Prodyne will introduce the Trim fruit infusion pitcher at the upcoming International Home + Housewares Show, to be held March 2 to 5 in Chicago.
The Dallas Market Center said it welcomed a record number of customers for the opening of its January editions of the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market and Lightovation, the Dallas International Lighting Show. The market took place from January 16 to 22.