Popular in Asia, live shopping is expected to grow in North America in a big way as consumers embrace the online experience.
The online behemoth is seeing explosive growth as consumers shift online during the pandemic.
The platform has almost 200,000 sellers in Canada and has become an economic generator with significant growth expected.
Downtown Victoria BC Retail and Foodservice Finding its Place Amid Drastic Downturn in Tourism: Interviews
The city is taking a hard look at retail and foodservice sustainability without cruise ships and tourists at a time of reinvention for some.
‘Devastating Situation’ for Furniture Retailers in Canada Amid Ongoing Federal Government Tariffs: Interviews
The "financial bombshell" tax is creating an unprecedented economic and operational challenge amid rising raw material and labor costs, international transportation issues, and staff shortages.
The advancement of video analytics technology presenting benefits that go well beyond detecting threat of risk.
Mixed-use developments will replace standalone flagship Bay stores at a time when some leading global department stores are growing in size with non-retail attractions. An opportunity for creating massive F&B/attraction-heavy Hudson's Bay flagships could be lost as a result.
Retail Insider Announces Exclusive Partnership with Swyft to Help Continued Growth of Making Same-Day Delivery Available to Retailers Across Canada
The first of its kind partnership for Retail Insider recognizes Swyft’s opportunity as an industry game-changer for retail deliveries as it continues its rapid growth.
The massive acquisition provides Lightspeed customers new further digital capabilities, enhanced supply chain management as well as enhanced online customer experiences.
Store openings, closings, opinions and other happenings are discussed in this inaugural segment of a new series.
Martin Moriarty says he was surprised at the resiliency in the market and other experts are predicting good things long-term.
Craig and Melissa discuss the history of Toronto-based Gotstyle and how the retail brand that she founded in 2005 has been able to weather the pandemic, in addition to thoughts and ideas about the future of high-end fashion retail in Canada.
The storied retailer opened its first location on the same day as Aritzia in Vancouver in 1984 as part of Murray Goldman Ltd. which launched in 1946.
The direct-to-consumer brand will open about 20 stores over the next 18-24 months as market share grows.
Newfoundland and Labrador could be the first province in Canada to implement a sugar tax on soft drinks which could be less about making people healthier and more about raising revenues.
Cautious Chinese consumers will again need to be courted following a significant loss in tourist numbers during the pandemic.