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  • / Technology

    Though hurt by the economy, 75% of small retailers say things will improve

    They`re struggling with big-retail competition and a tough business climate. Yet 64% of small retailers are optimistic about the future, an online wholesaler finds.

    Posted 06/16/2003Mary WagnerPost a comment

    They`re struggling with big-retail competition and a tough business climate. Yet 64% of small retailers are optimistic about the future, an online wholesaler finds.

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  • / Technology

    Motorcycle Superstore revs up sales with personalized e-mail marketing

    Motorcycle apparel and equipment retailer Motorcycle Superstore gets a 21.7% boost in sales from e-mail marketing from a new strategy that uses customer behavioral data in identifying merchandise to include in e-mail messages.

    Posted 09/30/2009Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Motorcycle apparel and equipment retailer Motorcycle Superstore gets a 21.7% boost in sales from e-mail marketing from a new strategy that uses customer behavioral data in identifying merchandise to include in e-mail messages.

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  • / Marketing

    StarStyle.com marries TV shows and online shopping

    Entertainment Media Works is partnering with TV content providers and retailers including Macy’s and Best Buy to let shoppers buy items seen on TV shows at the recently launched StarStyle.com.

    Posted 04/20/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Entertainment Media Works is partnering with TV content providers and retailers including Macy’s and Best Buy to let shoppers buy items seen on TV shows at the recently launched StarStyle.com.

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  • Building out a store vs. building out the web

    For some multi-channel retailers, the cost of hitting growth goals via the online channel versus adding stores alone is beginning to figure into store expansion strategies, says Jim Okamura, senior partner with retail consultants J.C. Williams Group.

    Posted 09/20/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    For some multi-channel retailers, the cost of hitting growth goals via the online channel versus adding stores alone is beginning to figure into store expansion strategies, says Jim Okamura, senior partner with retail consultants J.C. Williams Group.
  • / Technology

    Same-store sales fell 2.5% last month, but data suggests the worst is over

    TNS Retail Forward compiled data on November same-store sales from 40 retail chains that reported sales today. Wal-Mart stood out as an exception with a 3% sales increase. The (relatively) good news: consumers don’t plan to cut spending more.

    Posted 12/04/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    TNS Retail Forward compiled data on November same-store sales from 40 retail chains that reported sales today. Wal-Mart stood out as an exception with a 3% sales increase. The (relatively) good news: consumers don’t plan to cut spending more.
  • / Technology

    Borders joins the Echo digital music consortium

    Borders will be an equal shareholder in the Echo consortium of music retailers, which is developing a licensing and technology platform for the paid downloading of digital music. Echo was formed in January by six retailers.

    Posted 03/19/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Borders will be an equal shareholder in the Echo consortium of music retailers, which is developing a licensing and technology platform for the paid downloading of digital music. Echo was formed in January by six retailers.
  • / Technology

    Brightpoint to provide integrated services for buy.com

    Brightpoint Inc. announced today that its subsidiary Brightpoint North America Inc. will provide buy.com with a variety of integrated services for its Wireless Store. Brightpoint will provide buy.com with handset procurement, online order processing, inventory management, handset programming and distribution of wireless handsets and accessories for buy.com. buy.com, an Internet superstore and low price leader, offers its nearly 3 million...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Brightpoint Inc. announced today that its subsidiary Brightpoint North America Inc. will provide buy.com with a variety of integrated services for its Wireless Store. Brightpoint will provide buy.com with handset procurement, online order processing, inventory management, handset programming and…
  • Buy.com Opens Business Store

    A HREF="http://ww.buy.com">Buy.com has launched a business superstore to cater to businesses shopping online. The superstore sells more than 55,000 office products in 11 categories, including office equipment, phone systems and computers, among other items. Touting its recent acquisition of Telstreet.com, buy.com says it is also able to offer business customers wireless Internet solutions. Buy.com also is offering its 500,000 business customers a...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    A HREF="http://ww.buy.com">Buy.com has launched a business superstore to cater to businesses shopping online. The superstore sells more than 55,000 office products in 11 categories, including office equipment, phone systems and computers, among other items. Touting its recent acquisition of…
  • Circuit City Hits The Web Merchandising Circuit

    Circuit City Stores Inc. is getting into the e-commerce game. A new Web store launched July 20 offers a wide selection of consumer electronics, personal computers and appliances, and the distinct combination and convenience of cyber-shopping and traditional retailing. The new Circuit City Web site allows consumers to access extensive product information, conduct side-by-side price and feature comparisons, and purchase products on line at...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Circuit City Stores Inc. is getting into the e-commerce game. A new Web store launched July 20 offers a wide selection of consumer electronics, personal computers and appliances, and the distinct combination and convenience of cyber-shopping and traditional retailing. The new Circuit City Web site…
  • / Technology

    Midwestern retail chain Meijer enters the e-commerce fray

    Though the company isn’t talking about its new web store, the new Meijer.com features several advanced features and functions, including rich media, guided navigation and a shopping cart that includes larger images and a shipping tax calculator.

    Posted 09/25/2007Don DavisPost a comment

    Though the company isn’t talking about its new web store, the new Meijer.com features several advanced features and functions, including rich media, guided navigation and a shopping cart that includes larger images and a shipping tax calculator.

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