Imagine a time when your retail purchases are curated, refined and personalized by your previous purchasing habits. You receive a package of ink in the mail when your printer runs low and a new toothbrush head just before it’s time to change yours. This is the Commerce of Things, according to James Gagliardi, Vice President of […]
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Breakthroughs worth noting.
Its holiday push includes deals, freebies—and robots!
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Trust us, they’re no bargain-basement bins.
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A true believer’s bold predictions on what the evolution of local commerce could mean for today’s economy.
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This year will mark the first time that China exceeds the U.S. in online spending – growing from roughly $194 billion in 2012 to a projected $265 billion.
There are ways brick-and-mortar retailers can fight back against showrooming. Let’s hope at least some of them give it a shot.