Category: Blog

Category: Blog

Lidl Effect
June 21, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

NEWS>RETAIL & FINANCIAL Study: Lidl store openings bite into competitors’ sales Existing grocers feel impact more in fresh, less in center store Russell Redman 1 | Jun 20, 2018 When hard-discount grocery chain Lidl brings its low prices to town, incumbent supermarkets need not panic. A study by Catalina finds that while a Lidl store opening siphons
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JD.com Shopping Festival
June 20, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

JD.com’s 618 Shopping Festival Wrap-Up: Record-Breaking Sales at ¥159.2 Billion, Strong Threat from Tmall KEY POINTS JD.com registered a record-breaking ¥159.2 billion (US$24.6 billion) in sales during its 618 Shopping Festival held June 1‒18, an increase of 37% year over year. On June 18, sales of mobile phones on JD.com reached 10,000 units in eight
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New Retail Playbook
June 20, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

The New Retail Playbook: Reimagining the Store E-commerce won’t kill retail stores but will challenge them to changeBy Nicole Peranick on Jun. 19, 2018 If you build it, there is no guarantee they will come. The new retail playbook calls for retailers to rethink the four walls of the store and create a destination for shoppers. As e-commerce
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Hub by Amazon
June 20, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Amazon rolls out Hub delivery lockers to apartment buildings across the country Brian Heater@bheater / Yesterday  Comment Hub by Amazon has been around for about a year now. The company introduced its package delivery lockers for apartment dwellers with little fanfare, as it no doubt worked out some of the kinks in the process. This morning, it seems,
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Power of Foodservice
June 20, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

FMI Revisits The Power Of Foodservice As Home-Prepared Dinners Decrease Date: June 20, 2018 in: Association News, Category News, Deli/Prepared Foods, Foodservice@Retail, Home Page Slider, National Leave a comment Lakeland, Florida-based Publix is a retailer that has cultivated a strong reputation for its deli and prepared foods, whether fresh-made sandwiches, fried chicken, rotisserie chicken or grab-and-go items like these. By 4 p.m.,
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Amazon Private Label
June 19, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Deep Dive: Slicing and Dicing Amazon’s Private-Label Offering KEY POINTS In this report, we take an exclusive deep dive into Amazon’s US private-label offering, using a detailed, proprietary dataset collating information on nearly 7,000 such products. Apparel dominates Amazon’s US private-label offering: there are almost 5,000 private-label products across men’s, women’s and children’s clothing and
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Zara
June 19, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

Zara stocks up on AI, big data, analytics partnerships and investments AUTHOR Alex Hickey@its_ahickey PUBLISHED June 18, 2018 Dive Brief: Zara is incorporating artificial intelligence, automation and big data into its business strategy and supply chain in a bid to stay ahead of competitors, reports Reuters. The fashion retailer is hiring talent from startups and partnering with
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5 States Receive F for Logistics
June 19, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

BRIEF 5 states get an ‘F’ for logistics health AUTHOR Nicole Ault PUBLISHED June 19, 2018 Dive Brief: Five states — Hawaii, Maine, New Hampshire, New Mexico and Rhode Island — received a failing grade for logistics industry health in Conexus Indiana’s annual Manufacturing and Logistics Report Card for the United States, released this month. For those
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Best Grocery Stores
June 19, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

These are the best grocery stores in America, according to shoppers Mary Hanbury, Business Insider Jun. 17, 2018, 4:31 PM Wegmans stores, like this one in Charlottesville, Virginia, offer a ton of variety.Hollis Johnson Wegmans has been voted the best grocery store chain in the United States for the third consecutive year, according to Market Force
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Apeel Sciences
June 19, 2018 Blog Richard Kochersperger

A Bill Gates-backed edible coating makes avocados last twice as long — and it’s coming to Costco   Leanna Garfield Katlin Svik, MSc, Apeel’s Director of Emerging Markets.Apeel Sciences A food-tech startup called Apeel Sciences debuted its avocados at every Costcoand Harps Food Stores location in the US. Apeel has created an invisible, edible coating that food suppliers
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