Sally Seston, Managing Director, discusses the outlook for mall owners saddled with empty Sears stores.
Retail Category Consultants discusses what went wrong at Sears Canada.
Managing Director, Sally Seston discusses the outlook for Sears Canada.
Retail Category Consultants discusses ThreadUp’s launch in Canada, competition and challenges.
Retail Category Consultants joined Michael Hainsworth on BNN to discuss Canada Goose’s growth prospects on the day of their IPO.
Retail Category Consultants discussed how Michael Medline’s experience with retail technology could be the recipe to fix Sobeys.
Retail Category Consultants joined Amber Kanwar on BNN to discuss how Trump’s trade levy promise could affect retailers.
Scary clowns are affecting the way retailers merchandise and promote their brands. Dale Jones discusses the effects on CBC’s The National.
Sally Seston discusses the Atirzia IPO and strategies they will need to employ to deliver growth.
Japanese clothing retailer Uniqlo is set to open their first Canadian store. Sally Seston discusses the brand and things they can do to win in the Canadian market.
Sally Seston discusses retail results, the Atirzia IPO and retailers to watch.
Sally Seston talked with Store Brands about current trends in healthcare and pharmacy retailing.
Sally Seston talked with CBC about Loblaws’ store expansion strategy.
To win in today’s grocery landscape, Sally Seston advises click and collect companies to add value to customers.
Sally Seston explains how some will benefit from the Lowe’s Rona deal, and why others will lose out.
Sally Seston chats with Dave about Lowe’s $3.2B acquisition of Rona Inc. What can consumers expect?
Sally Seston discusses where Canadian grocers are missing out on satisfying key consumer trends.
Sally Seston says that while HBC has the skills to turnaround Kaufhof, e-commerce will be a challenge.
Millie Ho gave advice on how loyalty apps can boost in-store mobile payments adoption.
Once a staple in Canadian department stores, Millie Ho says that food halls are making a comeback as retailers think about increasing foot traffic to compete with online shopping.
Vicky Applebaum weighed in on the growth plan of Kit and Ace, a Canadian start-up backed by the founder of Lululemon.
Millie Ho analyzed the strategy of popular brands that successfully—and unsuccessfully—tried to build loyalty.
Sally Seston weighed in on Canadian retailers’ struggle to compete with American e-commerce sites that are luring away Canadian shoppers with perks.
Sally Seston was interviewed by Matt Llewellyn (CBC Radio One) on how Target Canada is making its nationwide liquidation as painless as possible, and how consumers can get in on the best deals.
Vicky Applebaum was interviewed by Marketing Magazine on Uniqlo’s 2016 entrance into Canada. Despite appealing to Millennial shoppers, Uniqlo’s main challenge is to sustain that initial consumer interest.
Will the LCBO benefit from privatization? We examined their current strategy as a monopoly.
Sally Seston talks with Adrienne Batra from Sun News on how the LCBO can better serve consumers.
Retail Category Consultants talked with The Star about how Ontario residents could be better served by the LCBO following its expansion in The Beach.
Millie Ho gave tips to small business owners that want to increase foot traffic to their brick-and-mortar stores, and how they can leverage their social media platform to keep customers coming back.
Vicky Applebaum and Joe Jackman discuss American Apparel’s brand strategy, the evolution of the Millennial consumer, and what young consumers really want in a brand.
Vicky Applebaum and Joe Jackman talk to the Business News Network about the closing of Williams-Sonoma and Pottery Barn’s flagship stores on the ‘Mink Mile’, and why U.S. retailers are having problems in Canada.
Sally Seston was interviewed about Target Canada’s plans for improving offerings to Canadian consumers. According to Sally, Target Canada’s lack of product range and mobile app could work against them.