Continuing our coverage of Singles’ Day 2019 in China, we visited physical stores and e-commerce websites on November 11 to gauge the adoption of the shopping holiday by retailers globally and to gather examples of 11.11 deals.
Continuing our coverage of Alibaba’s Singles’ Day 2019 in China, we summarize the record-breaking sales performances of major e-commerce players on November 11, namely Alibaba and JD.com. This year, the event saw an expanded scope of new consumption and a focus on sustainability.
With China’s recent relaxation of its one-child policy in 2016, alongside an increase in the average national household income, the parent-and-baby market is seeing consistent growth across the country. In this report, we discuss the booming parent-and-baby sector in China, with a focus on the e-commerce landscape.
Considering US consumer spending plans, destination preferences and shopping habits, we assess the retail outlook for the 2019 holiday season. We present key trends across different age groups—including the influence of millennials/Gen-Zers on average consumer shopping behaviors—and offer key insights into the expected use of online platforms and associated services.
Continuing our coverage of Alibaba’s Singles’ Day 2019 in China, we provide early sales updates from Hangzhou on November 11, including record-breaking milestones and increasing channel diversity for brand promotions.
In this report, we continue our Retail-Tech Landscape report series, which spotlights innovative retail-tech companies that are disrupting the retail industry. This landscape focuses on high-growth, direct-to-consumer brands across a number of sectors.
2019 Adobe Analyst Meeting: Driving Growth from Creativity, Digital Documents and Customer Experience Management
Adobe announced plans to more than double its total addressable market from $108 billion last year to $128 billion in 2022.
While online has major inroads in the biggest nonfood categories, it has moved more slowly in furniture and home furnishings. We see that changing.