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Physical stores and online shopping have been tiptoeing around each other for years, but continued integration of technology is acting like an enzyme in the shopping mix, forever changing both entities to create a third and far more exciting experience for consumers and companies alike.

The best time to make an investment in yourself is when the sun is already shining on your business, and you have money to spend. Because even if you’ve hit a sweet spot, you can rest assured that resting on your laurels will give some other company an opportunity to knock you off of it.

IoT will drastically change the way companies do business in the coming years, offering highly personalized and optimized shopping experiences that go well beyond omnichannel.

The Bon-Ton Stores began store closing sales on February 1 at 42 select locations as part of the company's recently announced store rationalization program and Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing on February 6, 2018.

Sales were even better than lululemon expected during the holiday shopping season. As a result, the athleisure wear company has raised its profit and revenue forecasts for Q4.

In developing its e-commerce strategy, the retailer is trying to hit the sweet spot when it comes to engaging the consumer via both online and brick-and-mortar channels.

Last month as I was scrolling through my Twitter feed, I alit on a tweet that made me stop in my tracks: a photo of the most delicious-looking ice cream sundae I have ever seen.

Social media, the internet and 3D imaging technology  are among the forces that are helping to rapidly change the historically underserved —but swiftly growing — plus-size fashion marketplace.

Two separate brands coming together can offer something totally unique to engage and entertain today’s fickle consumer — while boosting the bottom lines of both brands.

In an increasingly competitive digital landscape, apparel and accessory brands are looking for ways to make their mark and influence potential consumers. But instead of traditional partnerships with celebrities or public figures, some brands are turning to bloggers to make an impact.

For all the talk of the disappearance of the tie, the stalwart staple of every man's wardrobe seems to be making a comeback as a new, sleeker and more casual version of its former self.

Led by “jogger” pants, men’s wear brands mine the new athleisure trend.

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