Brick-and-Mortar Retail Just May Have a Happy Holiday

This holiday season, growing consumer trends have given the brick-and-mortar retail industry plenty to be merry about. America’s malls and department stores may enjoy an uptick in foot traffic with preliminary studies, which hinted that consumers are not only willing to spend more money, but are actually prepared to visit retail locations. E-commerce is still Continue reading Brick-and-Mortar Retail Just May Have a Happy Holiday

Retail Optimism Gets Canadian Malls into the Holiday Spirit

Canadian malls are set to have a happy 2018 holiday season with promising retail trends. Many preliminary studies suggest that consumers plan to spend more money than last year and, while e-commerce is still expected to trend upward, shopping attitudes during the holidays are driving much-needed foot traffic back into traditional retail space. In this Continue reading Retail Optimism Gets Canadian Malls into the Holiday Spirit

The E-Commerce Takeover: Why Department Stores Are Struggling This Holiday Season

Fewer shoppers are visiting department stores during the holidays, favouring the convenience of purchasing products online instead. This leaves massive retail giants, such as Macy’s (whose stock has been down by 46.0% since the start of 2017), Kohl’s (down by 16.6%), Nordstrom (down by 19.2%) and JCPenney (down by 64.5%), suffering heavy losses, according to Continue reading The E-Commerce Takeover: Why Department Stores Are Struggling This Holiday Season