KHD Buzz – Black Friday Winners and Losers, The Changing Landscape of Cosmetics Sales and More

KHD Buzz – Black Friday Winners and Losers, The Changing Landscape of Cosmetics Sales and More

November 30, 2020 Off By Koehler Home Decor

Brick and Mortar Black Friday Shopping Drops By 52%

The pandemic kept hordes of shoppers home this Black Friday, with preliminary data suggesting that the number of Black Friday shoppers making physical in store purchases was down by almost 52%. Read More

Online Sales Soar To Record Highs on Black Friday

People stayed home on Black Friday but that did not mean they kept their wallets closed. According to initial data online retail sales soared, according to Adobe, with online sales for Black Friday alone hitting $9 billion, an increase of 21.6% from last year. Read More

As COVID Cases Soar, Retailers Make Big Changes

With COVID-19 cases surging across the country major retailers are making last minute changes to their holiday shopping marketing plans, moving more and more events online and expanding options like curbside pickup in an attempt to safeguard both workers and shoppers. Read More

Discount Stores Grabbing Beauty Products Market Share From Bigger Retailers

Although the coronavirus pandemic this year has driven an overall decrease in cosmetics sales, online sales of makeup and other personal care products have risen, which may prove to shake up the beauty landscape even more permanently, with retailers like Target and even Walmart outselling the likes of Ulta and Sephora. Read More

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