E-commerce sales have continued to drive retail revenue in 2018, and with Deloitte forecasting $1.1 trillion in retail holiday sales driven primarily by growth in online sales, there's no sign of this trend letting up any time soon. So how can brick-and-mortar stores secure a piece of this pie?
While the role of ecommerce continues to change the landscape for both pure-play and brick and mortar channels, savvy retailers are leveraging their physical locations by integrating them with their online experiences.
Tractor Supply’s profits have increased at an annual average of 9 percent since 2012, revenue at stores open more than a year has risen for eight consecutive years, and the company now collects $257 in annual sales per square foot of store.
With closures at Sears, Abercrombie & Fitch and Sam’s Club, not to mention Toys“R”Us, the retail landscape is rapidly evolving along with consumer shopping behaviors.
The demands of sorting packages is overwhelming for many New York City buildings, which are grappling with security, storage and organizational issues.
While the online channel continues to grow, consumers are exploring new ways to make shopping even more convenient. Research shows the Buy Online Pickup In-Store (BOPIS) option is now responsible for nearly 30 percent of online retail revenue.
To attract today's increasingly convenience-minded consumers, many are touting their "buy online, pick up in store" (BOPIS) services.
While the shop online channel continues to grow, consumers are exploring new ways to make shopping even more convenient. Research shows the Buy Online Pickup In-Store (BOPIS) option is now responsible for nearly 30 percent of online retail revenue.
The popularity of BOPIS is a perfect way for retailers to marry the best of both the online and in-store experiences to engage with customers, and the right BOPIS fulfillment system can make the difference between success and setback.
As more retailers seek to reach optimal omnichannel cohesion, they’re finding a key way to meet the convenience consumers seek is by offering buy online, pick up in store (or BOPIS).
Amazon has a reported 2,000+ digital lockers and it is estimated that by the end of this year, 40% of the U.S. population will have access to a Walmart pick-up locker.
Georgianna W. Oliver is the Founder of Package Concierge, which was acquired by Gibraltar Industries (Nasdaq: ROCK) in February 2017. Get a glimpse of who she is in this Q&A.
The age of Amazon (boom of e-commerce) has created massive delivery challenges and logistical issues with a 48 percent increase in package deliveries in the last two years. Among the solutions is a digital locker system. Package Concierge explains more.
Building and Land Technology has officially opened Harbor Landing Apartments, its newly constructed 218-unit building at 28 Southfield Ave. in Stamford. The apartments are surrounded by a six-mile waterfront boardwalk, two restaurants, a marina and a full-service boatyard.
A little nook of west Fort Worth that used to be known for tiny homes, auto parts stores and other hardscrabble surroundings is taking another step toward becoming the city's next hot neighborhood.
Annual package deliveries are increasing at a rapid pace and should continue to do so throughout the foreseeable future.
A Starbucks will anchor the new apartment and retail building by Peron Development on East Third Street in South Bethlehem. The coffee shop is slated to open in mid-July at the corner of East Third and Fillmore streets. It will mark the first tenant of Five10Flats, a 95-unit luxury apartment building anchored by restaurants once dubbed Greenway Commons, now named for its address of 510 E. Third St., said John Callahan, of Peron Development.
As apartment developers try to differentiate themselves to their potential tenants, many of them are turning to technology. Smart home features can add convenience and connectivity to residents’ lives, while thoughtful common spaces and services can solve the pain points of everyday apartment living.
Lux Apartments, located one block north of Bellevue Square, is expected to open in summer of 2018. Located on 100th Avenue Northeast, this new apartment community is close to restaurants, shopping and Bellevue parks.
Last mile? How about last few feet? The rise of the locker is a … lock. Amazon, of course, with heft and scale, has entered the market in a big way: Late last year the eCommerce giant began signing contracts with apartment operators to install Amazon Lockers in those locations.
An Austin-based developer is looking to make an even bigger Ruckus in West Campus.
Modera Parsippany has started leasing units in its “exquisite new residential development,” and tenants started moving in on April 1. Modera is located at 1715 Route 46, directly behind Houlihan’s Restaurant.
With Amazon constantly making headlines and shipping thousands of boxes by the day, things are really starting to pile up in your average apartment complex.
PointOne Holdings in partnership with Hathaway Development started construction on a new luxury Class-A apartment community development in the high-growth Raleigh-Durham suburb of Holly Springs, North Carolina.
Package Concierge digital locker system provides 24/7 package management that also meets all fire and safety standards. The Package Concierge system lockers are constructed from corrosion resistant steel, and the kiosk is powered by a Windows 8 operating system.