Amazon Prime Day readied consumers to start spending, while social media is an ongoing source for product and deal discovery.
JoAnn Martin, vice president of JDA Software’s retail industry strategy team, explains.
The platinum recording artists also will be part of Hollister’s yearlong #CarpeNow campaign.
The social bookmarking service dishes on back-to-school traffic and trends, even as new competition looms on the horizon.
PMX Agency’s report on the season revealed an increase in the number of pre-K to high school aged students.
Shoppers are becoming primed for spending on the splashy occasion from a variety of e-commerce sites.
A recent report by ContentSquare illustrated the state of the market for this year’s back-to-school season — here’s what the findings might mean for holiday.
The Retail Economist-Goldman Sachs Weekly Retail Sales Index rose 2.4 percent this past week.
The Retail Economist-Goldman Sachs Weekly Chain Store Sales Index fell 0.5 percent.
Telsey Advisory Group said in a research note that the back-to-college segment is on track to have a record year.
Some 89 percent of retailers will increase their marketing spend on mobile for b-t-s.
HRC Retail Advisory polled the cohort and found a preference for shopping sooner, and in stores.
Parents with children in grades K-12 are expected to spend an average of $501 per student.