Deep dive on industry trends, retail tech, and MakerSights' transformational impact.
Following the five trends outlined in this guide will help you maintain a healthy level of cautious optimism in the face of fluctuating market uncertainty.Read More
Sustainability is a growing passion and concern for consumers, find out how your brand can meet expectations.
Digital transformation initiatives are an urgent priority across retail, and the costs of poor execution are high. In part 1 of our Assortment Series, learn how brands are approaching data and the necessary next steps for success.
The need for more efficient product decision making has only exacerbated by COVID-19 and the sudden shift to remote work. Learn how new technologies enable you to drive innovation forward.
Inform your product-to-market strategy for today’s complex consumer with compelling insights on their shifting spending priorities, motivations, and preferred channels.
Even as retail stores reopen, questions remain around the future of in-store shopping. Learn how your product strategy and in-store experiences must evolve to better serve consumers in today’s challenging climate.
Successfully shifting from in-store to online will be the difference between success and failure for brands and retailers coming out of COVID-19.
Retail brands are facing unprecedented challenges and, with more economic uncertainty than at any point in our lifetimes, the stakes have never been higher for brands to make smart design and inventory decisions.
Reducing environmental impact is not only good for the planet — it’s good for business. Embracing sustainable and efficient practices drives the long-term growth brands need to become the new leaders of retail.
Generation Z is taking a pragmatic and moderate approach to shopping — for now. But the urgency is critical for brands to hook Gen Z in their 20s, so to keep them as customers in their 30s & 40s. The race is on.
Despite a healthy consumer appetite for providing feedback on future products, product professionals are still challenged with understanding what their customers really want.