By Sonya Brown. Source: WWD. Over the past four years, big retailers like Nordstrom and Target have been partnering with popular “digital-first” brands like BaubleBar,…
By Jemma Brackbush. Source: Glossy. Mobile commerce is on the rise, and brands and social media platforms are trying to cash in on it….
By CB Insights. The lines between e-commerce and brick-and-mortar retail have been blurring for years, as traditional retailers have expanded their online and mobile…
By Amit Sharma. Source: WWD. Most of us remember the first time we encountered omnichannel. More than just a new buzzword for an old idea,…
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The buzziest e-commerce players right now all have the same m.o. — a laser focus on a specific category, from sneakers and boots to jewelry, eyewear and innerwear. Where Amazon started with books but now offers almost everything, these companies are sticking to only one category and aiming to do it better than anyone else.
By: Rachel Strugatz. Source: WWD