Macy’s brought together nearly 800 brand partners in New York City to discuss general industry trends, business highlights, strategic programs and brand innovations, and also update key growth initiatives.
Walmart is introducing a Capital One Walmart Rewards Credit Card program, which launches with two new cards and makes tapping the retailer’s online operations, including grocery pickup and delivery, more attractive.
Kohl’s is boosting its hiring plans for the back-to-school, fall and holiday seasons, as well as a 130-store “omni power center” pilot program.
Walmart decided to bring technological experimentation down to the store level as it tests tech in application but also in terms of how consumers respond to an enhanced retail environment.
Stein Mart is boosting its omnichannel capabilities and streamlining its approach to merchandise planning with Oracle Cloud.
Rite Aid has entered into a strategic partnership with Adobe to deliver seamless, personalized and connected health and wellness experiences for Rite Aid customers via Adobe Experience Cloud, an end-to-end solution for experience creation, marketing, advertising, analytics and commerce.
Target once again is making real progress in attracting consumers to its trendy but value-centric proposition.
Stein Mart is installing Amazon Hub Lockers in nearly 200 of its stores across 28 states. Amazon Hub Lockers are secure, self-service kiosks that provide customers of the online retailer an alternative delivery option to pick up and return their Amazon packages.