As the retail sector continues to evolve, brand licensors have to keep abreast of retail trends in order to maximize all opportunities.
Hasbro and Shapeways are combining powers to launch SuperFanArt.com, a 3D printing marketplace and community that will allow fans to promote their artwork and creations.
Families will spend slightly more on back-to-school items than last year, according to the National Retail Federation’s 2014 Back-to-School survey.
LIMA has introduced the first in a new series of consumer survey reports detailing kids’ favorite brands and characters in 31 nations around the world.
The National Retail Federation estimates that food sales will reach $6.2 billion ($68.16 per household) this Independence Day.
Google has overtaken Apple to regain its position as the world’s most valuable brand, according to the annual BrandZ report.
The average person will spend $113.80 on gifts for dad this Father's Day, slightly down from last year.
The Global Retailing Conference convened in Tucson, Ariz., last month to discuss the future of retail. Most merchants agree: technology is the future and it’s here now.
Despite nicer spring weather, consumers tempered their spending in the month of April, according to the National Retail Federation.
Chinese brands are expanding internationally at a rapidly growing pace, according to a new report from Thomson Reuters CompuMark.
Adobe predicts that 2013 will be one of the most exciting growth years in online Christmas shopping annual Online Shopping Forecast.
Spending has leveled off in the beginning of the year due in part to severe winter weather in much of the country.
More than 50 percent of holiday shoppers have already begun their search and more consumers than ever before will turn to gift cards this year.
American consumers powered through the winter weather lifting retail sales in February.
IBISWorld is forecasting a slight increase in Thanksgiving and holiday gift spending this year.
Walmart has maintained its No. 1 spot on Interbrand's 2014 Best Retail Brands list, while four other brands saw major increases.
Classic toys like LEGO and Barbie are still at the top of children’s wish lists this year, but non-traditional items are also in demand.
Consumers will welcome the Easter Bunny with open arms this year with total spending on the holiday expected to reach $15.9 billion.
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