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UNDERSTANDING ECOMMERCE PLATFORMS FOR ONLINE PRODUCE SALES

agnetwest | October 23, 2019

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As more consumers continue to move online for their shopping needs, some producers are looking at eCommerce as an extremely viable market for their produce. Data from eMarketer suggests that online food and beverage sales will grow to nearly $20 billion in 2019, making it the fastest-growing sector of internet sales. President of eCommerce Services for Advantage Solutions, Robb Powell explains that there are different types of online retail available to sell and market goods. “...

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PRICEY 'AMERICAN DREAM' MALL PLACES BIG BET ON RETAIL

trtworld | January 13, 2020

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Lindsey Vonn was among the luminaries on hand last month to christen "Big Snow," North America's first indoor ski facility, part of a new $5 billion mega-mall in New Jersey. For about $30, consumers can ski for two hours on a 300-metre hill of man-made snow, the glare of the sun replaced by a metal ceiling in a venue that will be kept below freezing even in the dog days of August. Big Snow is a flagship experience at the partially opened "American Dream," an ambitious, lo...

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ROBOTIC MICRO-FULFILLMENT STARTUP FABRIC WANTS TO HELP NYC RETAILERS COMPETE WITH AMAZON

supplychaindive | January 13, 2020

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Fabric, the robotic micro-fulfillment technology company formerly known as Commonsense Robotics, will open at least two new fulfillment centers in Manhattan in 2020, the company's Chief Commercial Officer Steve Hornyak told Supply Chain Dive at the National Retail Federation's Big Show in New York City on Sunday. Both facilities will serve multiple, yet-undisclosed, non-grocery clients. The first micro-fulfillment center will be located in Brooklyn, New York and open in the first quarter...

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KEEPING PACE: A TIMELINE OF TWO YEARS IN ATHLETICS RETAIL

retaildive | January 13, 2020

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A rollercoaster year in athletics retail was capped off this fall with the departures of Nike CEO Mark Parker and Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank. Paired with another executive change at Adidas as Eric Liedtke, head of global brands, stepped down, the moves amount to “seismic changes” in the category, according to NPD Vice President and Senior Industry Advisor of Sports Matt Powell. All three announced their departures over a two-day span in October. The announcements were defining mome...

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UNDERSTANDING ECOMMERCE PLATFORMS FOR ONLINE PRODUCE SALES

agnetwest | October 23, 2019

As more consumers continue to move online for their shopping needs, some producers are looking at eCommerce as an extremely viable market for their produce. Data from eMarketer suggests that online food and beverage sales will grow to nearly $20 billion in 2019, making it the fastest-growing sector of internet sales. President of eCommerce Services for Advantage Solutions, Robb Powell explains that there are different types of online retail available to sell and market goods. “...

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PRICEY 'AMERICAN DREAM' MALL PLACES BIG BET ON RETAIL

trtworld | January 13, 2020

Lindsey Vonn was among the luminaries on hand last month to christen "Big Snow," North America's first indoor ski facility, part of a new $5 billion mega-mall in New Jersey. For about $30, consumers can ski for two hours on a 300-metre hill of man-made snow, the glare of the sun replaced by a metal ceiling in a venue that will be kept below freezing even in the dog days of August. Big Snow is a flagship experience at the partially opened "American Dream," an ambitious, lo...

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ROBOTIC MICRO-FULFILLMENT STARTUP FABRIC WANTS TO HELP NYC RETAILERS COMPETE WITH AMAZON

supplychaindive | January 13, 2020

Fabric, the robotic micro-fulfillment technology company formerly known as Commonsense Robotics, will open at least two new fulfillment centers in Manhattan in 2020, the company's Chief Commercial Officer Steve Hornyak told Supply Chain Dive at the National Retail Federation's Big Show in New York City on Sunday. Both facilities will serve multiple, yet-undisclosed, non-grocery clients. The first micro-fulfillment center will be located in Brooklyn, New York and open in the first quarter...

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KEEPING PACE: A TIMELINE OF TWO YEARS IN ATHLETICS RETAIL

retaildive | January 13, 2020

A rollercoaster year in athletics retail was capped off this fall with the departures of Nike CEO Mark Parker and Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank. Paired with another executive change at Adidas as Eric Liedtke, head of global brands, stepped down, the moves amount to “seismic changes” in the category, according to NPD Vice President and Senior Industry Advisor of Sports Matt Powell. All three announced their departures over a two-day span in October. The announcements were defining mome...

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