If their customers are asking for a certain product, a buyer will do what it takes to add it to their product assortment because they know their customers will buy.
Marking the beginning of the most profitable period of the year, Halloween spending is expected to reach a whopping $8.4 billion in 2016, the highest level in 11 years.
The baby care market is expected to hit $66.8 billion in sales by 2017—that’s next year! And likely, organic and natural products will account for a significant chunk of that sales pie.
Just yesterday, I was in front of an audience of retail industry leaders, visionaries, analysts and venture capitalists on one of the industry’s biggest stages.
For retailers, conducting category reviews is an essential part of doing successful business.
Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Mark Lack of Business Rockstars to chat about our journey.
If your profile has an attractive image, and is a high percentage match, a buyer can click on your product to get to the meat of your posting.
If you’re noodling on your next product launch or extension and can’t seem to land on something that really strikes your fancy, look to our four-legged friends for inspiration.
In order to sell products that meet the changing attitudes of their customers, retailers are taking a firm stance on the type and quality of products they sell in their stores. And that translates into their product standards.