Back to School Spending Projected to Hit Record Highs, The ‘Baby’ Brands That Ate Their Parents and More
Report: Back to School Spending Expected to Hit Record Highs
Consumer spending is expected to reach nearly $26.2 billion, or $696.70 per household, on K-12 back-to-school items in 2019 according to a new report from The National Retail Federation. And that spending seems set to be split equally between online and offline stores, with discount retailers enjoying a boost too. Read More
Gap’s ‘Bright Rewards’ Program Demonstrates the Power of Loyalty Programs
Not sure customer loyalty programs are worth the effort? Gaps results so far in regards to their new program may change your mind. Customers using Bright Rewards are more likely to shop more often, and they spend as much as 20% more than non-members, Gap Inc. head of loyalty Abinta Malik said in a company blog post.
The Baby Brands That Ate Their Parents
Old Navy was founded by The Gap as a way to reach new consumers, and was the brainchild of retail legend Mickey Drexler. Now the ‘baby’ company has all but eclipsed its parent brands, and it is far from the only one. Read More
Prime Day 2019 Boosted Retail Sales for Others Too
2019 Prime Day was another record setting success for Amazon. But according to Adobe Analytics it boosted sales for a number of other online -and even offline – retailers as well. Read MoreKoehler Home Decor is a wholesaler of home decor accessories and unique gifts. Source quality wholesale merchandise at KoehlerHomeDecor.com and find tips for promoting your business on our blog.