The retail industry has been changing rapidly over the past several years, and the COVID-19 pandemic only accelerated the retail evolution.
Executives at over 30 US companies completed a survey that explored consumer outlook, digital acceleration, and future supply chain.
We decided to update and freshen the look of the print magazine to make it easier to read and a more enjoyable visual experience.
To say that wearing a mask in public has become politicized is an understatement. The controversy has created a conundrum for retailers.
Like so many of you, we have been working overtime due to the pandemic, publishing articles, webinars, and podcasts to keep you informed.
As we move into a new decade of the 2020s, the magazine is looking forward to not only continuing our editorial focus on “all things asset protection” as we say in our masthead tag line, but also expanding our editorial as the scope of loss prevention and retail evolves.
The November–December 2019 print edition of the magazine has several significant and interesting articles. Here’s a guide to what you will find in this...
LPM’s senior writer, Garett Seivold, recently posted an article on our website titled “11 Recommendations from Experts to Advance Your LP Career.” We’ve published quite...
The July–August 2019 print edition has a wide-range of articles to meet the needs of retail professionals. Whether you are an in-store loss prevention associate or corporate executive, whether you are an ORC investigator or focused on supply chain, be sure to read the online version of the print magazine.
There is an adage in the publishing industry that “content is king,” meaning no matter what your website or print magazine looks like, if...