With major transformation on the horizon for the retail sector in 2021 and beyond, we can expect to see sustainable growth.
RILA represents the largest retailers operating in the US and the simplest description for what we do is—we help our members solve problems.
Some retailers are taking a new look at occupational safety and health programs post-pandemic, which include expanding wellness initiatives.
Human trafficking is an expanding criminal market with trafficking and smuggling more intertwined with large-scale criminal enterprises.
Sensormatic released its third annual US Back-to-School Consumer Sentiment Survey finding that 76% of consumers plan to shop in-store this year.
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission filed suit against Amazon to hold it responsible for defective products sold through its marketplace.
Rodney McMullen of The Kroger Co., Neela Montgomery with CVS Pharmacy, and Erik Nordstrom of Nordstrom added to RILA's Board of Directors.
How the actions city officials take to encourage vibrant communities and discourage crime will play an integral role in the retail evolution.
While apparel has led the adoption of retail RFID technology for inventory control, other sectors are quickly expanding their activities.
In our 20-year anniversary, we look back at the many retail professionals and other interesting individuals we have interviewed for the magazine.