Sean Tarry, Editor-in-Chief of Retail Insider the magazine, talks about the stories and issues being covered, where to find the publication, the concept and how it's different from the daily Retail Insider news website, and what's next for the magazine.
Craig interviews two special guests: Neill Ashe, Senior Director, Payments & Commerce at RBC, who talks about PayPlan by RBC and how it functions. Craig then speaks with Troy Skinner, Parts Asset Manager at Martin Motor Sports, about how the retailer is seeing success with PayPlan.
Craig and Lee discuss the new flagship Apple Store that opened last week at CF Pacific Centre in Vancouver, marking the first of its kind for Canada. Lee also discusses the media event prior and his opinion on what went on.
A representative at Colliers says that, remarkably, foot traffic is up 30% on one mall over 2019 -- and with the holidays approaching, more consumers are going to stores to ensure they get what they want.
Alex Mazelow explains how pricing in the fashion industry has shifted recently with world events, including contemporary brands that are now raising prices beyond the typical ‘sweet spots’ for consumers.
Food prices expected to rise 5-7% in 2023, grocery store execs push back on profiteering claims, Amazon ships fake product and refuses return, Vancouver Pen Shop relocates amid downtown squalor, London Drugs a point of confusion for some, and other news.