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Buy now, pay later gains popularity—and new providers—as customers resume in-store shopping this holiday season.
Insider Intelligence spoke with Jim Hilt, president of Shutterfly, which when combined with recent acquisitions Snapfish and Spoonflower, reaches more than 21 million customers.
Fashion online resale platform sales will reach $30.63 billion by 2025, growing at an estimated 24% CAGR and representing 10% of all ecommerce apparel and accessories sales.
CEO Dan Schulman said volume skyrocketed 400%, which may foreshadow performance for the rest of the season.
Usage of buy now, pay later (BNPL) services has soared across generations in the US, especially among Gen Z.
As customers limit credit card use to avoid debt, here’s how credit issuers can regain volume for the rest of the season—especially in-store.
On today’s one-year anniversary episode of the Around the World show, we look at how holiday shopping this year will be—and won't be—different from last year. Tune in to the discussion as eMarketer principal analyst Bill Fisher hosts senior researcher Man-Chung Cheung and principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Karin von Abrams.
The card lets Mexican businesses with global workforces pay in currencies from any country where Mastercard operates.
More US consumers than ever say they aren’t spending on the holidays: The expected rebound in holiday shopping hides the fact that many consumers are keeping their wallets closed, while others are turning to buy now, pay later plans for gifts they can’t afford.
Despite being aware of shipping delays and low inventory, 74% of American shoppers say they plan to do some last-minute shopping this season. In response, some companies are adapting in ways that may benefit last-minute shoppers.
As comfort-buying furniture online continues to rise, the direct-to-consumer (D2C) home furnishing sector has exploded with growth and competition. Watch Industry Voices: Spotlight on D2C with Joybird’s vice president, marketing and business development Eric Tsai to hear how the La-Z-Boy-owned brand scales its custom furniture business by staying in sync with consumer expectations.
In China and the US, 59% of internet users are comfortable using secondhand clothing items, making those countries where the resale fashion economy is most ripe for growth.
Black Friday brick-and-mortar traffic drops 28.3% from 2019 but rises 47.5% over last year: The results shows consumers are stretching out the holiday season by shopping earlier in wake of supply chain concerns.
As product availability remains strained this holiday season, consumers are taking a flexible approach to shopping.
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