Tag: Brick and Mortar

How Real-World Retailers Can Better Compete With Ecommerce

By | September 13th, 2017

With an influx of consumer purchasing decisions driving ecommerce today, retail stores are struggling to find innovative ways to keep consumers walking through their doors. Small businesses must take action in order to survive the digital evolution. Fortunately, by targeting the right consumers there are optimal ways brick-and-mortar retailers can thrive. The Power of Touch […]

Retail + Boxing: When Worlds Collide (Part 2)

By | August 24th, 2017

The build up and preparation to a fight, for a fighter is the hardest, the fight being the fun part. Not sure if a retailer would agree, their fight can go much longer that 12 rounds. In part 1, we discussed the link between boxing and retail. Let’s get back on track! The preparation for […]

Amazon: Prime-Time For The Grocery Industry

By | June 20th, 2017

The grocery industry is the most pedestrian of retail endeavors – customers drive to stores, pick and pack their shopping, pay and then drive home. Many have tried to e-commercialize the grocery industry, but the business model never really seemed to work. The consumers desire to touch and feel grocery products before purchasing has been […]

Essential 2017 Omni-Channel Tips: How to Beat The Competition In The Digital Era

By | February 15th, 2017

There is no denying it…2016 was a rough year for various brick and mortar retailers. The 2016 holiday season  wasn’t as merry as industry pundits anticipated, resulting in the following store closures: Hancock Fabrics:  Filed chapter 11; all 255 stores     The Limited: Filed chapter 11; all 250 stores Office Depot/Office Max – Merged; closed […]