While 2020 was a difficult year in and of itself, 2021 was equally as humbling year for everyone. Looking ahead to 2022, here are 3 tips for success.
Registration is now open for the biannual PrimeTime event, which will be held February 5-8, 2022, in Phoenix.
Rather than focus on the “why” of the supply chain struggles, let’s focus on the what: What products are being impacted most, and what is happening once containers arrive in the States?
After a dip in confidence last month, the NMG Index remained steady heading into December and was up year over year.
You could be missing out on potential sales because you aren’t offering the right (or any) alternative payment methods.
Consumers are more likely to trust a local business compared to an online-only brand, according to a new survey. But with great trust comes the higher expectations for exceptional service.
What’s out? Black Friday. Taking its place? Black November. Consumers have been shifting their shopping habits around this weekend for years. The pandemic pushed those trends even further.
Independent Thinking Podcast
This week marks a major milestone for our Independent Thinking Podcast — 100 episodes! It’s been an incredibly fast two years of publishing interviews, so we’re taking a second to pause and reflect on some of our favorite sound bites.
Nationwide Marketing Group’s VP of Consumer Electronics Lee McDonald looks back on a humbling 2021 and projects what’s to come for the industry in 2022.
Chris Benner, vertical product manager for retail at Oracle NetSuite, provides an overview on the world of enterprise resource planning platforms. NetSuite, a Nationwide vendor partner, provides retailers with the tools they need to efficiently run their businesses and provide a seamless experience for their customers.
Consumers have myriad options available to them when it comes to paying for goods. Gone are the days of just cash and checks. To wrap our heads around all of the alternative payment options available today, we sat down with Nationwide’s VP of Business and Financial Services Chris Kirk.