Articles Tagged ‘showrooming’

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Indochino finds a permanent home

The once digital-only men’s retailer is setting up shop in Toronto, marking the next phase in its evolution: bricks-and-mortar North American expansion.

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Reports of bricks and mortar’s demise have been greatly exaggerated

Perennial’s Chris Lund’s outlook may quell your showrooming fears.

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Slyce turns everyone into walking flyers

The Toronto-based app lets you to snap a picture of someone else’s clothes to buy items on the spot.

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Canadian e-comm offerings disappointing: study

A study from Google and L2 finds shops north of the border may miss out on a $38-billion industry if they don’t improve their online offerings.

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Bricks and mortar to overtake e-tailers: report

New technologies will help retailers create richer experiences bringing customers back to stores, according to the latest IBM 5X5 predictions.

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Five mobile shoppers to watch

Aimia has released a report on mobile shoppers, from those who routinely use devices for research (Exploiters) to those who are more influenced by in-store experiences (Traditionalists).

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Best Buy launches a lifestyle line

The new Viva brand carries more than 4,000 personal care and health and wellness SKUs targeting women.

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Who’s showrooming, and how?

A new TNS survey found that 60% of Canadians price compare, and 31% are doing so in stores on their mobile devices.

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The rise of retail-tainment

Retailers and entertainment companies are increasingly allowing consumers to “shop the show,” as branded content takes on a different spin.

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Canada’s first digital shopper marketing agency launches

Digital Connect eyes mobile technology to help retailers battle showrooming.

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Shoppers are browsing in stores and buying online

More than half of shoppers will walk away from a store purchase for a 5% online discount, a GroupM Next study finds.