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Why Party City is closing stores

Most people think Christmas is the only time of year that matters for retailers, but it depends on what you’re selling. For many retailers, holiday-packed November and December is make or break. At Party City, Halloween is the holiday that fills its coffers. And in 2019, the party supply retailer said its fiscal October results …

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Halloween shoppers ditch brick-and-mortar stores to buy costumes online

Revelers attend the Halloween Parade in New York City. Mario Tama | Getty Images Halloween shoppers are ghosting traditional brick-and-mortar stores in favor of shopping online for their costumes, according to 1010data’s eCom Market Benchmark report. It’s a big and growing business. The National Retail Federation estimates that the average shopper spends $86.27 on a …

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Tech Viewpoint: Three omnichannel ‘monsters’ to hunt this Halloween

It’s scary season, and threats to your seamless success may lurk in the shadows of your enterprise. Earlier this year, I penned a column about exorcising “ghosts” from stores with the aid of technology. In the spirit of Halloween, now I’m offering a column on three omnichannel “monsters” that stand in the way of seamless …

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Scariest thing about Halloween is plastic waste, say charities | Life and style

An estimated 2,000 tonnes of plastic waste – equivalent to 83m bottles – will be generated from throwaway Halloween clothing sold by leading retailers in the UK this year research suggests. An investigation by Hubbub, an environmental charity, into the seasonal outfits available from 19 supermarkets and retailers – including Aldi, Argos, Asos, Amazon, Boden, …

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Consumers head online for Halloween inspiration, but to stores for purchases

Get great content like this right in your inbox. Subscribe Brick-and-mortar remains the top destination when it comes to Halloween shopping.  To buy Halloween merchandise, 42% of shoppers will go to a discount store, 36% to a specialty Halloween or costume store, 25% will shop online, another 25% will go to a grocery store and …

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