Instagram remains one of the most fertile grounds for brand engagement, but navigating algorithmic changes in its news feed will be one of their primary challenges in the new year, according to a new report from L2.
Consumers’ growing expectations of a seamless, channel-agnostic shopping experience are causing retailers to adapt their technology strategies.
The Greater Toronto Area saw the sharpest growth in luxury real estate among the major metropolitan Canadian market in 2016, with sales of homes at $1 million or more rising 77 percent.
In the face of a more difficult economic climate, strategy will become the differentiating factor between winners and losers in the luxury sector, according to new research from Bain.
Millennials are increasingly turning to mobile to enhance their in-store experience, with 96 percent of millennials making purchases at stores at which they used their mobile devices to shop.
The demand for premium goods is growing around the world due to the increasing availability of discretionary income in emerging markets, according to a report by Nielsen.
Canada’s Vancouver tops Knight Frank’s rankings of the prime global cities with the greatest increase in real estate prices.
Pinterest’s new Pinterest 100 report lays out some of the most popular trends of the year according to users’ Pinterest pinning and shopping behavior.
French fashion house Hermès’ iconic Birkin bag is boding well for investors, as twice this year the purse style broke its previous record for most-expensive handbag sold, according to Baghunter.
Nordstrom and Burberry were among the retailers to earn top marks for their delivery in new research from Kurt Salmon.