Among the criticisms of the selfie stick, the tide pod phenomenon and the infamous days of Pokemon Go, there remains one millennial stereotype that outshines the rest: the desire for clean, healthy, locally-sourced meals, specifically in larger metropolitan areas.
Since the wildly successful launch of the “cool girl” skincare and makeup brand in 2014, Glossier has continued to revolutionize the beauty industry, from its glamorous NYC-based showroom to its rapid Instagram following of more than a million followers. A cult favorite among millennials worldwide, Glossier consistently rolls out unique marketing tactics, connecting their devoted audience and carefully curated product line in fresh, interactive ways. The latest unveiling? A month-long pop-up shop at Rhea’s Café in San Francisco.
Fifty years after it was built, El Camino Shopping Center unveiled a new look and merchant lineup to the community it calls home in Woodland Hills, CA on November 18, 2017. This included a new-to-market dining hall concept inside a 30,000 SF Bristol Farms.
Tucked away on Soho’s otherwise bustling Mulberry Street lies Project by Equinox: the outwardly unassuming (yet inwardly sweaty) collaborative gathering point for fitness moguls of all kinds.
Walmart's new pre-portioned meal kits are an easy solution for time-strapped shoppers — no shopping list, chopping or measuring are required. Prices range from $8-$15, and serve two diners.
You won't find deadlifts or dumbbells at the Financial Gym but the new concept in Manhattan offers a unique 'exercise regimen' tailored to your budget.
Many retailers experienced positive sales growth in 2017, due largely to strong holiday shopping and improved customer confidence. With first quarter strategies already in full cycle, retailers have turned their attention to solutions rather than resolutions to improving the customer’s experience. Here are five pillars of customer experience that retailers are embracing:
The competitive restaurant and bar industry often requires owners to think creatively and act swiftly to make every dollar count. While marketing initiatives aim to persuade consumers to choose one dining destination over the other 600,000+ options in America today, cost-cutting tips can help maximize profits while maintaining quality customer service.
Last week, in partnership with Jordan, Shopify, Darkstore and R/GA, Snapchat pulled off an augmented reality sales stunt for the books. Launched timely during the highly anticipated NBA All-Star 2018 weekend, the image messaging and multimedia app promoted the new Air Jordan III Tinker sneakers, which went on sale exclusively via QR code. The sneaker release sold out in a whopping 23 minutes.
Albertsons Companies LLC and Rite Aid Corporation have agreed to a $24 billion deal to merge and take the privately held Albertsons public. Expected to finalize by mid-2018, the merger will create a new combined company comprised of approximately 4,900 locations, 4,350 pharmacy counters, and 320 clinics across 38 states and Washington, D.C.
A recent Nielsen report identifies four distinct consumer groups that are reshaping shopping trends in the food and beverage industry. Each consumer segment differentiates age groups, lifestyle, household type, and digital use. In addition, the report provides useful insights on how to meet the different segments of shoppers where they are — or more accurately — where they like to eat.