The Home Improvement eRetailer Summit has been rescheduled for March 7-9, 2021, from its previously scheduled date of October 7-9, 2020 in response to travel and public health uncertainties created by the spread of the coronavirus.
Retail sales this year will come up short of 2019 totals, but e-commerce sales will take a bigger than expected leap, according to research from eMarketer.
Sally Beauty has provided an interim update on the impact of COVID-19 on its business operations as well as actions taken by the company in response, along with the release of preliminary fiscal third quarter unaudited financial details including e-commerce sales increases.
According to market research firm Numerator, the week of June 7 saw household shopping visits in the U.S. come up even with the frequency seen a year earlier.
Bed Bath & Beyond has strengthened its liquidity position by executing an $850 million three-year secured asset-based revolving credit facility, or ABL facility, with a syndicate of banks, while also providing additional information on its store reopening process.
In a global Mastercard study conducted in 15 markets around the world, consumers demonstrated that they are moving away from cash and opting for contact-free and digital payments experiences, and they may not go back to old habits even after the COVID-19 pandemic wanes.
Coronavirus-related circumstances and the capabilities the company has developed to serve customers in new ways contributed to big gains The Kroger Co. made in the first quarter, the company asserted.
The new Deloitte report “The future is coming … but still one day at a time,” analyzes market trends that led the consulting firm to identify seven trends that will affect retailers and the vendors who support them as the market emerges from the coronavirus crisis.
Staples U.S. Retail will collaborate with Instacart in the launch of same-day delivery from more than 1,000 of the retailer’s locations in the United States.
The broader retail sector in the U.S. could take years to recover from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, eMarketer has asserted, but e-commerce will be a bright spot.
For the first quarter, Kirkland’s posted a net loss on lower sales but e-commerce sales rose as it adapted to the coronavirus pandemic-impacted retail environment.