Bed Bath & Beyond is expanding its Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals as part of a comprehensive plan to provide value to customers this holiday season. The company is inspiring its customers to “Enjoy the Present” in its holiday marketing campaign.
The High Point Market Authority has partnered with One Room Challenge to present the first-ever virtual edition of the six-week design event, which will kick off October 7.
TikTok creator ByteDance has received tentative approval for an agreement with the U.S. government to resolve the outstanding issues about the involvement of China’s government in the original organization, which will allow Oracle and Walmart in partnership to acquire 20% of the newly formed TikTok Global business.
Kalorik is celebrating 90 years of business and innovation this year. In honor of the milestone, Kalorik is releasing a limited edition, artist-designed air fryer which is now available for purchase.
Lamps Plus has completed a partnership with Katie Ruvalcaba of MrsRuvi, a global English-language Top 15 Food & Drink streamer on Amazon’s Twitchglobal, a promotion designed to increase the company’s brand awareness among a new audience and capitalize on live-streaming.
Target is making its products available through Instagram Checkout. Consumers on Instagram can make their purchase with just a few taps, the company said.
Lamps Plus has named the winner of its first national user-generated video contest: California State University Long Beach film student Cathy Bui.
Full Circle has kicked off the #StartWithASponge marketing campaign. The new campaign is designed to encourage consumers to swap a plastic cleaning sponge for a natural cellulose cleaning sponge, which is plant-based and equally hard-working, the company said.
Kohl’s is teaming with Facebook to launch Curated By Kohl’s, a selection of products from emerging brands that will initially be available in 50 Kohl’s stores beginning in October.
According to eMarketer, Millennials are more social when it comes to media than they are in person, at least when it comes to shopping.
The website Offers.com conducted a holiday survey of 1,500 consumers in the U.S. that determined the average shopper will spend $625 on seasonal gifts this year.
Qurate Retail Group is rolling out several programs that company officials said build on its history in video, digital and social e-commerce.