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Duroflex launches their latest Experiential Centre in Bengaluru

Duroflex, India’s leading sleep solutions company, has opened their latest Experiential Centre in Bengaluru, offering an immersive shopping experience for people looking for a healthy and high-quality sleep experience from a trusted brand along with a safe and hygienic shopping environment. Located in the upscale residential area of Varthur in Whitefield, home to IT professionals …

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Nordstrom tells landlords to expect just half their rent until January 2021

Dive Brief: Nordstrom June 3 notified landlords of its full-line and off-price Rack stores that it will pay only half the occupancy costs for the remainder of the year, according to a letter from President of Stores Jamie Nordstrom to property owners, which was obtained by Retail Dive. A Nordstrom spokesperson didn’t immediately respond to …

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Packaged snacks are yet to reach their full potential

India is a nation of snackers. In fact, according to Mintel research, almost 9 out of 10 Indians have snacked between meals in the last six months to March 2020. Furthermore, snacking is a daily habit for almost half of the Indian snackers. With snacking habits so well-entrenched among consumers, there’s little room to recruit …

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Instagram will let creators sell their products in the app, Retail News, ET Retail

Instagram is set to introduce a new feature that will allow creators to sell products within the app. The Facebook-owned photo sharing app revealed this in an official blog post. “Today, we’re announcing new commerce eligibility requirements that expand access to Instagram Shopping to more types of businesses, including creators that want to connect with …

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BOPIS fraud is up 250% in 1 year. Can retailers protect their profits without losing customers?

As “buy online pickup in store,” or BOPIS, grows in popularity for consumers, it is also becoming an enticing platform for fraudsters. Retailers are facing a new set of challenges with click-and-collect services that many are not prepared to handle. Although it is hard to compare the rates of fraud in BOPIS to other channels, …

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‘Retail companies are not built to have their stores closed’

Emanuel “Manny” Chirico, CEO, PVH Scott Mlyn | CNBC With stores closed, the retail industry is struggling with inventory piling up in warehouses and no place to sell it, the head of the company that owns such names as Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger told CNBC on Wednesday. “Retail companies are not built to have …

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helping grocery retailers to identify their conversion funnel

Introduction When it comes to getting a promotional campaign right, nothing is more important than having the right information. This is where in-store analytics come into play. We talked about this in our previous post. Now we are going to take this a step further and analyze the conversion funnel of some of the products …

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How do American, United and Delta clean their airplanes amid COVID-19

The coronavirus is crushing the biggest names in U.S. air travel.  In 2019 the nation’s airlines carried an estimated 926 million passengers, a 43% increase from 2003.  But that demand hit a wall in March 2020 after U.S. carriers reported an enormous drop in bookings amid the spread of the coronavirus. Airlines, at the center …

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Home Depot asks employees to take their temperatures

An employee wears an orange Home Depot Inc. apron at a store in New York. Mark Kauzlarich | Bloomberg | Getty Images Home Depot has a new policy for store employees: take your temperature before going to work. The home improvement retailer said in a Wednesday news release that it’s distributing thermometers to employees who …

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