In our latest whitepaper, we took a deep dive into grocery foot traffic data uncovering many of the fascinating shifts the industry has seen since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020. To get a bird’s-eye-view of the broader grocery sector trends, we analyzed a sample group of over 15 leading grocers.
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In this Placer Bytes, we dive into the impressive rebound of Trader Joe’s, the potential for American Dream’s reopening, and Home Depot’s two-month-long Black Friday.
In this Placer Bytes, we talk about Macy's move outdoors, Bed Bath & Beyond’s optimization efforts, and the return of the movies.
When we last looked at grocery shopping behavior, we noted a few key changes. Visits were shifting from weekends to weekdays and from evenings to mornings. And seemingly, these shifts were driving more time in store, along with a significant shift in visit duration for top brands.
It was hardly the golden age for department stores before the rise of COVID-19, but the pandemic raised significant questions regarding the future of these stores. So we took a look at two of the most popular department stores across four different states, Kohl’s and Macy’s, to see how both their nationwide and state recoveries were going.
In this Placer Bytes, we break down the sustained success of Kroger, the recoveries of Casey’s and GameStop, and analyze what Dave & Buster’s struggles mean for experiential.
In the last few weeks, there has been an endless amount of fascinating retail narratives, but there were three that really caught our attention. Nike was shutting down more of its wholesale accounts, department stores got headlines for less than positive reasons, and Walmart crushed earnings by making more out of less.
In this Placer Bytes, we dive into the recoveries of Lululemon, Macy’s, and Nordstrom to check on the status of some of apparel’s biggest brands.
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