The National Retail Federation will host Lowe’s president and CEO, Marvin Ellison, as its next guest in its Retail Leadership series.
According to Placer.ai, January to May foot traffic cross-shopping patterns over the past three years may provide some indication of who stands to benefit from Pier 1’s demise.
NEW YORK— When Kroger published its “Sharing What We’ve Learned: A Blueprint for Businesses” to help business create safe working environments in the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. was simultaneously realizing how great an effect the coronavirus was having on life in the country and beginning to look forward to the end of movement and shopping restrictions that made them radically reconsider how they might purchase everything from food to durable goods such as major appliances.
Marvin Ellison, president and CEO of Lowe’s, has issued a letter detailing steps the company is taking to support efforts combating the COVID-19 outbreak, including donations and initiatives in support of customer and employee health.
A range of retailers across channels are responding to the coronavirus outbreak with moves to temporarily close their stores, reduce store hours and other consumer and employee oriented initiatives.
Retailers across a range of channels are addressing the coronavirus outbreak in stores and online, responding with measures to address consumer and employee safety and health concerns, ramping up the cleaning of stores and boosting cleaning tool and supply assortments to meet increased consumer needs.
Anthony Hurst has been appointed president, Lowe’s Canada, pending work authorization which is expected in February. He will report to president and CEO Marvin Ellison and will be based in Boucherville, Quebec.
Lowe’s, the official home improvement sponsor of the NFL, is creating an interactive experience, dubbed Lowe’s Hometown, around Super Bowl LIV.
Google Cloud and Lowe’s are expanding their work together to create a technology foundation to help the home improvement retailer deliver customer experiences and empower store associates with tools to better serve customers.
Lowe’s has appointed Marisa Thalberg as evp/chief brand and marketing officer, effective February 10. Thalberg joins the company most recently from Taco Bell where she served as global chief brand officer.
Lowe’s plans to hire more than 53,000 full-time, part-time and seasonal associates across its more than 1,700 U.S. stores this spring, with hiring events slated for all store locations over the next three months.