Coronavirus Response Consumer Survey
Carving Out Loyalty
It's kind of funny/not funny how retail and personal relationships can seem so similar. This past year has been more than tough for both....
Meeting New Demands
In casual conversations with folks who don't work in the apparel industry, many seem surprised to hear that apparel retailers didn't fare well during...
Weathering the COVID Storm
So many apparel brands and retailers have been cut off at the knees since the coronavirus pandemic began, it's sometimes hard to fathom how...
New Merchandising Plans
The coronavirus pandemic saw spending drop 6.6 percent in March and 12.6 percent in April, according to the U.S. Commerce Department. It did increase...
Pivot Your Marketing
This is going to take a while. COVID-19 was so seismic in its intensity, recovery won't be instantaneous. Americans are known for their impatience,...
A Tale of Two Generations
States have been slowly reopening after the coronavirus pandemic saw stores, schools, work, and life in general shutdown months ago. For Gen Z and...
Fast-Tracked Retail Change
At this point, the stories about how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted retail are plentiful, and most of them aren't pretty: store closures, bankruptcies,...
Easing Fears & Growing Sales
After a couple of months with nothing to do but binge watch TV or go for quick grocery runs, consumers around some parts of...
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