Kayla Matthews

4 Fulfillment Challenges Canadian Retailers & Brands Face During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the Canadian retail sector, and particularly, companies' abilities to meet customers' needs.

6 Tips to Help Canadian Retailers Weather the COVID-19 Storm

With many physical stores forced to close or adopt new ways of operating, retailers must remain adaptable.

How Blockchain and Crypto Is Impacting Retail in Canada

Many retailers are opting to partake in the cryptocurrency trend, but is it the way of the future and, if so, how will it impact Canadian retail?

How Canadian Fragrance Retailers Are Finding Success in the E-Commerce Market

Canadian fragrance retailers must cater to the needs of customers inside the country while considering the possibility of expanding beyond the country's borders. Fortunately, e-commerce allows them to do just that.

The 6 Best Canadian Retail Tips for 2020

Kayla Matthews provides her insights into what successful retailers in Canada will be doing as we shift into the New Year.

Canadian Footwear Brand ‘Zvelle’ Opens Yorkville Retail Space

The digitally-native brand launched a brick-and-mortar expansion strategy in 2017, and is seeing success by connecting with consumers in physical spaces.

‘Maple Leaf Displays’ Launches ‘Vertical Vendor Display’ Unit in Canada

The Canadian display company has launched a new eco-friendly merchandising display unit that is about to be rolled-out into retailers in Canada.

Calgary-Based C&C Candle Co. Inc. Seeing Success

The business has reached new heights by retailing candles, essential oils and other bath and body products both locally and online.

Inside Inscape’s Hip Financial District Retail Showroom [Photos]

The Toronto-based furniture retailer opened a uniquely designed showspace in an office tower that is unlike anything in the downtown core.

Famoso Italian Pizzeria + Bar Expanding in Greater Toronto Area

With a strong presence in western Canada, the fast-casual franchise is looking to strengthen their presence in the Ontario market.
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