Holiday shopping proved to be quite different this year as the country continued adjusting to the global pandemic and shoppers limited their trips to physical stores.
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The pandemic transformed the way we shop almost overnight, leading to an immediate rise in digital grocery sales.
Blake Burrus, SVP of data and analytics, Quotient, explains how data-driven insight can help retailers provide shoppers with relevant content and ideas that suit new holiday traditions.
Mobile shopping apps have in the midst of the pandemic become central to online retail operations, and they’re clearly here to stay.
As consumers stayed home more and ventured out less, retailers had to find creative ways to serve their customers.
Consumers are always on the hunt for a great deal, and that’s even truer because of the pandemic
The marketing team at digital media and promotions company Quotient is trying to add a more personal touch to its holiday celebrations.
Digital grocery solutions became invaluable this year at the onset of the pandemic, ushering in a period of delivery and curbside pickup unlike any before.
From leaning in to retail media networks to creating third-party marketplaces, even established retailers that have very entrenched business models have made bold moves this year, according to Ahold Delhaize’s Mark Williamson, who says partnership is the…read more