Merchandising/Marketing

Retailers

Euro Trip: Inside Boots UK

The next part of WGB's European store tour series explores health and beauty retailer Boots, which operates about 2,500 stores throughout the U.K.

Retailers

Competing in a Twin-Pressure Grocery Market

Weighing the difficult choices before retailers as the worlds of e-commerce and discounter-driven price competitors collide.

The deal for Polymorph Labs will provide an efficient and measurable platform for ad buyers and more precision for consumers, officials say.

Nickel-and-diming guests might not be the best way to go. Understanding what consumers will and won't accept is the key to success.

In the second part of a new European store tour series, WGB insider Anne-Marie Roerink highlights the Netherlands' farmers market-style Marqt, a 22-store chain with a focus on fresh, organic and sustainable food.

The retailer’s 500th location boasts a variety of local products, four fast-casual eateries and community events throughout the multilevel space.

Food retail mergers rarely turn out as imagined, but that hasn’t been the case at Ahold Delhaize USA, where a unique structure, distinct brands and just a little bit of friction is proving to be a winning combination and a timely springboard for innovation and investment.

The former Safeway and Target executive joins WGB's Breakroom to discuss crowdsourcing in-store labor to the "skill economy."

WGB highlights excellence in merchandising, engagement and retail theater.

The retailer’s third round of price cuts will take effect April 3, saving customers an average of 20% on reduced items.

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