Articles tagged “retail”

CBD Beauty Coming to a Retail Store Near You

CBD Beauty Coming to a Retail Store Near You

Leslie Barrie, Skift

Some companies have started stocking CBD beauty products, even if it might be outside their wheelhouse. Given the hype around the trend, we can expect more partnerships between CBD and beauty brands to come.

3 months ago

Luxury Travelers Want to Spend on Self-Care

Luxury Travelers Want to Spend on Self-Care

Leslie Barrie, Skift

There’s now a wellness-themed trip out there for almost every traveler’s wants, whether that’s an ultra-exclusive self-care summit or an intense hiking tour in a remote locale. So it comes as no surprise that the already booming wellness industry is now benefiting from people hitting the road.

4 months ago

Even the Alcohol Industry Attempts a Wellness Makeover

Even the Alcohol Industry Attempts a Wellness Makeover

Leslie Barrie, Skift

It makes sense that the alcohol industry would want in on the wellness movement, considering it’s a sector that has everything to do with lifestyle. But it’s unclear if consumers will get on board with the repositioning or if they’ll just consider it a buzzkill.

4 months ago

Luxury Beauty Brands Make Over Airport Retail

Luxury Beauty Brands Make Over Airport Retail

Laura Powell, Skift

Duty-free airport retail is an excellent way to reach coveted consumers. But airports also serve as the perfect global showcase for brands to test market products, try out new retail concepts, and build brand awareness among customers from emerging countries.

5 months ago

7-Eleven Experiments With Health-Focused Store Concept

7-Eleven Experiments With Health-Focused Store Concept

Laura Powell, Skift

First, it was Whole Foods. Next came your garden-variety grocery stores offering up private-label good-for-you products. And now, even convenience stores like 7-Eleven and Wawa are the latest to jump onto the healthy food bandwagon.

6 months ago

Singapore’s Changi Is Changing the Idea of What an Airport Can Be

Singapore’s Changi Is Changing the Idea of What an Airport Can Be

Raini Hamdi, Skift

An airport is hardly the place people want to come to and spend hours, but Changi Airport Singapore looks set to change all that when its Jewel project opens next month.

7 months ago

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New Skift Insights Deck: The Anatomy of the Upsell — Making the Most of Travel Transaction Moments

New Skift Insights Deck: The Anatomy of the Upsell — Making the Most of Travel Transaction Moments

Rokt + Skift

E-Commerce is a critical driver of travel industry business success. But despite all the time spent optimizing for online sales, companies aren’t paying nearly enough attention to a critical piece of the puzzle: their booking confirmation page. Our new insights deck examines how travel brands can make better use of this under-utilized e-commerce asset.

11 months ago

Why Hermès Makes It Tough to Find Its Products

Why Hermès Makes It Tough to Find Its Products

Brian Sumers, Skift

Is there a brand out there with more cachet in the luxury world than Hermès? There's a reason for it. The company manages expansion and inventory in a prudent way.

1 year ago

Airports Could Improve Revenue by Figuring New Uses for Empty Parking Lots

Airports Could Improve Revenue by Figuring New Uses for Empty Parking Lots

Sarah Enelow-Snyder, Skift

When flyers think about spending money at the airport, sandwiches and lattes quickly come to mind. But airports are thinking just as much about money spent in the parking lot, and they might need to change their approach.

1 year ago

Apple Blames Tourism Drop for Why It’s Closing Atlantic City Store

Apple Blames Tourism Drop for Why It’s Closing Atlantic City Store

Mark Gurman, Bloomberg

How bad must things be in Atlantic City? Apple, which rarely closes stores, has decided to shutter its Atlantic City location. It blamed a drop in tourism. Can the potential for legal sports betting eventually lure the tech giant back to AC?

1 year ago

Miami Wants Giant Mall Complex to Help It Grab Tourists From Orlando

Miami Wants Giant Mall Complex to Help It Grab Tourists From Orlando

Curt Anderson, Associated Press

The idea that this mall — indoor ski slopes, water park, and all — could make Miami competitive with Orlando on the theme park front is ludicrous. Miami has cultural riches, natural treasures, and plenty of places to shop and eat. It doesn't need more traffic jams, which this project will inevitably bring.

1 year ago

International Tourists Fall Back in Love With Macy’s

International Tourists Fall Back in Love With Macy’s

Lindsey Rupp, Bloomberg

Given the current U.S. tourism climate, it's difficult to know why visitors are flocking to Macy's in greater numbers. Still, it's another sign that things are looking up, at least temporarily, for the retailer.

1 year ago