NRF issued its revised annual forecast for 2021, anticipating that retail sales will now grow between 10.5 and 13.5 percent to more than $4.44 trillion.
Hear a panel of retail LP professionals share the importance of understanding each other’s business, sharing problems, and providing solutions.
The retail industry has been changing rapidly over the past several years, and the COVID-19 pandemic only accelerated the retail evolution.
RILA urges Congress to honor the anniversary of George Floyd's death by passing bipartisan criminal justice reforms.
An economic impact study commissioned by nine business organizations found that imports support more than 21 million American jobs.
Retail sales were virtually unchanged from their strong performance in March and grew dramatically year-over-year in April.
While the fear of cash itself is irrational, retailers must stay up to date with cash management trends in the industry and among consumers.
The survey revealed a shift towards restored confidence among consumers to shop in-store one year into the COVID-19 pandemic.
With brick-and-mortar sales generating over $18.5 trillion in the US in 2020, the physical store will continue to act as the epicenter of the post–COVID retail experience.
Everbridge will be kicking off the symposium with conversations with President Bill Clinton, Dr. Madeleine Albright, and Steve Forbes on May 26th.