• 4 Ways to Determine Whether In-Store Promotions Are On Point

    During the holiday shopping season, consumers are on the hunt for retail bargains and special in-store promotions to fulfill their shopping goals. In order to meet this challenge, retail stores create special deals or programs to encourage increased traffic to their locations. But implementing an in-store promotion strategy that is both successful and profitable can […]

  • The War Against Shrinkage and Retail Fraud: 4 Weapons to Put in Your Arsenal

    Doesn’t it seem like criminals somehow manage to stay ahead of retailers in the fight against shrinkage? Just when you think you’ve got a handle on the problem, shoplifters dream up some new scheme to lift your merchandise. In fact, last year retail shrinkage cost the industry nearly $50 billion. Shrinkage and retail fraud will […]

  • How Some of the Most Visited Museums Use People Counters to their Advantage

    While some of the country’s most-visited museums might be best known for the dazzling treasures within their four walls, they also have something else in common. In addition to organizing top-notch exhibitions, institutions ranging from New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art to the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles and the Carnegie Museums […]

  • Exploit Your Strengths to Drive Store Traffic: 3 Advantages of Brick and Mortar Retail

    The death of retail has been greatly exaggerated. Despite the pervasive notion of a retail apocalypse dominating headlines, research from IHL Group thoroughly debunks the widely reported idea that retail is dying. In fact, the opposite is true: some retailers are ailing but overall, net store openings are outpacing store closings. That’s because stores still […]