2021's Takeaway? Big Retail Still Has Big Influence

"Retailers can still control consumer behavior," CBRE's Karly Iacono says, predicting: "This is going to be the year of proactive retail rather than reactive retail."


How (and Why) Center Store Could Look Different in 2022

If stores can free up floor space by reducing inventories of items consumers are increasingly likely to buy online, what new experiences could they create?

Giovanna Dimperio, senior director of digital marketing at San Antonio-based H-E-B, talks about how the grocer's "A Very Texas Holiday" live shoppable event came about.

Powered by the grocer's data science firm 84.51°, the new platform seeks to make buying easier while providing advertisers unmatched flexibility, speed and control of their campaigns.

Walmart's warehouse club is moving to new merchandise and attractions, in-store and online, as the holiday shopping season gets underway now.

Leevers Supermarkets, which acquired 17 stores from Save A Lot's parent earlier this year, this week marked a grand reopening under its spiffy new format and decor.

Solving the perils of online grocery efficiently—recommendations, discovery and especially substitutions—is testing technology’s ability to better understand food.

The retailer said its SEG Connects platform will gain new effectiveness through data-driven insights and “closed-loop” performance delivering ROI to brand partners.

The blockchain-enabled payment and inventive platform can address longstanding industry challenges around redemption and fraud, officials say.

The retailer this week introduced a new branding icon meant to highlight omnichannel and fresh strategies, that also unites its varied store banners under a common symbol.

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