Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Mid-Week Reading List

  • How Brands Are Getting Creative with Data (AdAge)
  • Home Depot, Lowe's Benefit as the Remodeling Wave Returns (Businessweek)
  • E-Commerce Lessons From The Early Days Of "Virtual Shopping Malls" (FastCo)
  • Cities are hungrier than ever for retail development (SCT)
  • The revolutionary tech-driven store concept for men (Seattle Times)
  • What You Can Learn About Online Shoppers by Watching Them (AllThingsD)
  • Sam’s Club and Amazon Earn Top Honors in Retail Industry for Customer Experience (Temkins Group)
  • Bringing the online experience inside the physical store (The Guardian)
  • The Great Lululemon Panic: It's Not Just About the See-Through Pants (The Atlantic) and The fiercely loyal fans of Lululemon (USA Today)
  • Study Shows Uptick in Consumers Trying New Retailers (Market Force Information)
  • Menard's is the Bigger Big Box Store (Time)
  • Fashion brands should swap ads for tech-driven customer engagement (Wired)
  • When Mom and Pops Battled Five and Dimes (Bloomberg)

Study Shows Uptick in Consumers Trying New Retailers (Market Force Information)

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