Take a look down your closest beverage aisle and you’ll see what I mean—the shelves are lined with new (and new-to-me) products that are eager for me to try them.
Last week 33,000 people, including retailers, suppliers and technology experts gathered at the National Retail Federation (NRF) Big Show 2017 in New York, the biggest retail trade show of the year.
To accurately anticipate shopping trends this year, more retail companies will invest in predictive analytics, the big data equivalent of a crystal ball.
Stemming from last year’s push toward personalized experiences, this year’s hottest retail trends will elevate the customer experience with superior quality products and build closer relationships with consumers so companies can confidently deliver what shoppers want.
In 2016, men’s grooming products are slated to rake in $21 billion in sales.
As the holiday season ramps up, beauty is in a prime position to make the most of being merry and bright, for consumers and suppliers alike.
Retailers are right to immerse themselves in the Millennial mindset in order to better unite with this very ambitious and significant generation.