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  • IRCE 2007: Report from the Conference

    Workshops

    Posted 07/31/2007Don DavisPost a comment

    Workshops
  • Internet Retailer announces IR2006 speaker faculty

    Internet Retailer today announced its faculty of 75 e-retailing experts who have been chosen to address the theme of "Taking E-Retailing to the Next Level" at the Internet Retailer 2006 Conference & Exhibition, June 5-7, 2006 in Chicago.

    Posted 12/21/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Internet Retailer today announced its faculty of 75 e-retailing experts who have been chosen to address the theme of "Taking E-Retailing to the Next Level" at the Internet Retailer 2006 Conference & Exhibition, June 5-7, 2006 in Chicago.
  • Food and Drug:Where photos and content shine

    Few categories of online retailing require the attention to photography and content as food and drug.

    Posted 12/02/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Few categories of online retailing require the attention to photography and content as food and drug.
  • Flowers, Gifts and Jewelry:Taking the anxiety out of gift giving

    One of the most stressful shopping experiences can be gift-buying. Many gift-givers fret over finding the right gift and then worry over presentation. When you add remote shopping to the mix, the stress level goes up even higher as shoppers then can worry about timeliness of delivery. Thus are the challenges of flowers, gifts and jewelry sites complicated beyond those that other online retailers face.

    Posted 12/02/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    One of the most stressful shopping experiences can be gift-buying. Many gift-givers fret over finding the right gift and then worry over presentation. When you add remote shopping to the mix, the stress level goes up even higher as shoppers then can worry about timeliness of delivery. Thus are the…

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  • Computers / Electronics / CDs / Videos:Building on a market made for the web

    Perhaps more than in any other product category, the retail market for computers, consumer electronics and digital music is constantly reinventing itself—and in a way that only the Internet can deliver.

    Posted 12/02/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Perhaps more than in any other product category, the retail market for computers, consumer electronics and digital music is constantly reinventing itself—and in a way that only the Internet can deliver.
  • Specialty/Non-Apparel: Anything and Everything

    It’s a truism that you can find anything you want on the web and nowhere is that truer than among specialty non-apparel retailers. Skiing gear, camping equipment, toys, auto parts, baseball memorabilia, personalized pencils and an olio of liquidated merchandise are all part of the Specialty/Non-Apparel retailers in Internet Retailer’s Best of the Web. Best of the Web in Specialty/Non-Apparel: Altrec.com, BackcountryStore.com, Cabela’s, Camping World, FAO Schwarz, J.C. Whitney, MLB.com, Oriental Trading, SmartBargains

    Posted 11/25/2002Internet RetailerPost a comment

    It’s a truism that you can find anything you want on the web and nowhere is that truer than among specialty non-apparel retailers. Skiing gear, camping equipment, toys, auto parts, baseball memorabilia, personalized pencils and an olio of liquidated merchandise are all part of the Specialty/Non…
  • Computers/Electronics/CDs: High-tech sites for tech-smart shoppers

    If there`s one category of retailer that really needs to pay attention to the quality of its web shopping experience, it`s the Computers/Electronics/CDs retailers; their customers are among the most technologically innovative not just among the population as a whole but even among web users, who lead the population in tech smarts. "We sell more leading-edge products online than we do in stores," says Barry Judge, vice president of marketing for Best Buy. Best of the Web in Computers/Electronics/CDs: Best Buy, Crutchfield, Dell, HPShopping, iGo, RadioShack, Sharper Image, TechnoScout, Tower Records

    Posted 11/25/2002Internet RetailerPost a comment

    If there`s one category of retailer that really needs to pay attention to the quality of its web shopping experience, it`s the Computers/Electronics/CDs retailers; their customers are among the most technologically innovative not just among the population as a whole but even among web users, who…
  • Food & Drug: Brand and infrastructure go hand-in-hand

    Retailers early on pegged food and drug purchases as likely candidates to succeed on the web. The failure of many of the web pioneers is no black mark against the concept; rather, it reflects flawed business plans of companies that thought they could create a national fulfillment infrastructure at the same time they were creating a national brand. Today, the infrastructure and brand are the reason that most of the retailers in the Food and Drug category of Internet Retailer`s Best of the Web are succeeding. Best of the Web in Food and Drug: Albertsons, Drugstore.com, Harry and David, Omaha Steaks, Safeway, Starbucks

    Posted 11/25/2002Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Retailers early on pegged food and drug purchases as likely candidates to succeed on the web. The failure of many of the web pioneers is no black mark against the concept; rather, it reflects flawed business plans of companies that thought they could create a national fulfillment infrastructure at…
  • Q1 online shopping results: Nothing but up

    Q1 online sales and top and bottom growth categories.

    Posted 05/23/2002Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Q1 online sales and top and bottom growth categories.
  • Retailers and Investment Bankers Continue Their Heated Courtship

    Wall Street's love affair with online retailing continues. According to Winterberry Group LLC, a New York investment banking firm, retailing accounted for 30% of all e-commerce deals for the first quarter 1999. In all, there were 42 deals consummated valued at $875.5 million. "There were 60% more retail deals this period than there were during the fourth quarter 1998 due to the tremendous interest during the holiday season," says Winterberry CEO...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Wall Street's love affair with online retailing continues. According to Winterberry Group LLC, a New York investment banking firm, retailing accounted for 30% of all e-commerce deals for the first quarter 1999. In all, there were 42 deals consummated valued at $875.5 million. "There were 60% more…

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