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  • Kroger Dips Into Exclusive Apparel But Skirts E-commerce: Here’s Why

    July 27th, 2018

    Kroger’s plan to launch an exclusive line of apparel, called Dip, indicates the supermarket chain is serious about competing in the clothing category. However, the strategy does not include plans to sell the clothing online. An expert from the retail technology firm Nextail explains why.

  • Lions Of Retail: 8 Surprising Brands Coming On Strong In 2018

    April 13th, 2018

    The old proverb may describe March as going out like a lamb, but in many corners of the retail world, the lambs are turning into lions. Here’s a look at eight emerging or taken-for-granted brands roaring against the competition.

  • How Major Mergers Are Changing Your Favorite Private Brands

    February 26th, 2018

    Among the features that attracted Amazon to Whole Foods is its popular private label, 365 Everyday Value. But mergers in the retail industry also are forcing private labels to change – in terms of access, innovation and price. For consumers, it’s altering the shopping basket in many ways.

  • Your Next Best Job Opportunity Is In Technology — Retail Technology

    February 20th, 2018

    Retailers are predicted to close thousands of stores in 2018, eliminating potentially hundreds of thousands of jobs. But in the back end of retail, and in the aisles, an army of jobs is being created that require highly skilled individuals. Here are the three areas to find retail tech jobs.

  • 6 Ways For Retailers To Survive The Cannibalism Of Grocery Delivery

    November 6th, 2017

    Costco’s venture into grocery delivery assures that major food retailers are jumping online in full force. However, the $21-billion-and-growing sales generated from online grocery will surely take a bite out of in-store purchases.