Categories: Retail

Social Media Doesn't Sell

Posted by: Damian Joseph on May 22

Social media is not a valid marketing tool. At least, that’s what a new study from Knowledge Networks shows. The report says 83% of people on the Internet use social...

Turntabalism

Posted by: Damian Joseph on March 08

I'm a pretty big vinyl junkie, so I thought I'd share with you guys some amazing turntables. This site - www.nylvi.com - put together a list of "The World's Most...

Intel Targets Retailers With Store Display Concept

Posted by: Reena Jana on January 12

The annual National Retail Federation convention and expo is up and running at New York’s Javits Center, and during the trade show chip maker Intel is showing off a strategy...

What Chanel Should Do

Posted by: Reena Jana on December 23

Chanel recently announced the cancellation of its Mobile Art tour, which featured a spaceship-like gallery designed by "starchitect" Zaha Hadid. The fashion-meets-art project probably seemed like a chic intellectual and...

Steve & Barry's: When Design Can't Save the Day

Posted by: Reena Jana on July 14

Not too long ago, the discount-clothing chain Steve & Barry's was the center of newspaper style-section stories and glossy fashion-magazine spreads. It was another example of the democratization of design....

Wal-Mart's forthcoming logo makeover: a good move?

Posted by: Reena Jana on June 30

Can a cleaner, sleeker corporate identity make Wal-Mart more attractive to consumers? On Saturday, you may have seen a report in The Wall Street Journal stating that Wal-Mart is planning...

Nau was then... and is Nau again

Posted by: Helen Walters on June 26

Back in early May, Innovation writer Ernest Beck wrote about the demise of the hip green clothing label, Nau, which had launched with such promise a few years earlier but...

Is it an IKEA opening or a rock concert?

Posted by: Reena Jana on June 16

So the new IKEA store Brooklyn officially opens two days from now, on Wednesday June 18, but as of 11 AM today, Monday June 16, there were already 18 people...

With its CEO out, Old Navy needs to go back to basics

Posted by: Helen Walters on February 19

Dawn Robertson's is the latest head to roll over at Gap (GPS), today stepping down as president of budget clothing brand, Old Navy, "by mutual decision", according to the AP....

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