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5 Marketing Tips for Your Retail Store

by I'm Struggling
With retail stores projected to come back on the up and up in 2018 and beyond, entrepreneurs that adapt to a changing industry and customer base have huge potential for business growth. Get creative with marketing campaigns both online and in-store, so you can drive business, grow foot traffic, and increase new and existing customer purchases to maximize your retail profits. 1. Target your advertisements locally. Especially when it comes to your small business, think where and how you can target customers locally. Use local newspapers, partner with other small businesses, and incentivize customers for referring friends and neighbors. If […]

NISSAN: Sept. dip masks a retail uptick

by I'm Struggling
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Year-over-year declines were exaggerated by last year’s rush to replenish hurricane-damaged fleets but Nissan says U.S. retail sales rose in September. Read more: feedproxy.google.com Please follow and like us:

The future of artificial intelligence in retail

by I'm Struggling
Hype around artificial intelligence has never been higher — and one industry where it has a chance to make a major impact on profits is retail. Business Insider Intelligence projects that AI will boost profitability in retail and wholesale by nearly 60% by 2035, setting off a wave of excitement and investment among companies. The areas where AI will have its biggest impact are personalization, search and chatbots.See the rest of the story at Business Insider See Also: The future of artificial intelligence in retailAlibaba and Kroger are partnering on groceriesRelevant recommendations drive conversion Read more: feedproxy.google.com Please follow and […]

20 of the most exciting under-the-radar retail startups to watch in 2018

by I'm Struggling
The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. It’s an exciting time to be a shopper. Today, there are more options than ever for whatever you want to buy, be it a simple pair of underwear or a king-size mattress. A growing number of these options are offered not by the decades-old brands you see all the time at your neighborhood retailer, but by online-only companies that boast better quality products, more memorable personalities, and middlemen-free distribution methods (sorry, middlemen).  Once a […]