10 great examples of touchscreens in the wild. Touchrate has accumulated quite a large client base working with some of the top brands and retailers in the world. In this PDF picture book, we show off some great examples of touchscreens in-the-aisle and on locations, assisting in sales with a digital path to purchase.
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By Chloe Marchbank If you run a retail business then foot traffic – the number of people on your premises at a given time – is a key measure you’re always looking to increase. Why foot traffic is key Clearly, people can’t buy from you if they don’t even make it into your premises (leaving…
Hal Lawton, who joined Macy’s as its president a little over two years ago, is leaving the retailer to become CEO of Tractor Supply, which operates 1,800 stores and the Petsense chain.
Stefano Pessina, CEO of Walgreens Boots Alliance, told at the 2019 Forbes Healthcare Summit in New York that his company is looking for partnerships like those it has forged in grocery, healthcare and technology to continue growing in a cost-effective way.
Aldi is engaged in a major multiyear expansion to achieve its goal of having 2,500 stores across the country by 2022. The chain’s low prices and high-quality private labels are becoming increasingly popular with American consumers.
Kroger invested in Lucky’s Market in 2016 and the natural foods grocery chain has grown from 17 stores to 39 locations since then. Now, however, Kroger has announced that it will divest its stake in the chain.
Nordstrom is working with robotic suppliers at its warehouse in Newark, CA in an effort to speed deliveries to customers, cut operating costs and reduce packaging waste.
The number of retail industry workers who suffered an injury or illness on the job grew to 3.5 percent, up from 3.3 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retail was the only major business vertical to see its injury rate increase in 2018.