Target has made its first major foray into beacon technology as the retailer continues to look for ways to enhance the in-store shopping experience with digital tools.
Target is planning six store openings for later this fall after it unifies its CityTarget and TargetExpress stores under the Target banner.
An ongoing shopper behavior study conducted by The Integer Group and M/A/R/C Research shows that retailers will continue to see the number of back-to-school shoppers in their stores drop.
A recent survey conducted by the Private Label Manufacturers Association revealed that private label products offered significant savings.
The world’s second smallest Target, a TargetExpress, will open in St. Paul, Minn.’s Highland Park neighborhood.
There are currently 5.6 million youth between the ages of 16 and 24 who are out of school and not working, and the 100,000 Opportunities Initiative hopes to change that.
Target recently opened its new experimental space in San Francisco, dubbed “Open House,” and Drug Store News is offering readers a first look at the venue.
Target is set to open its largest CityTarget store ever, and the first on the East Coast, at the end of July.
New Rite Aid operations EVP Bryan Everett led the rollout of a new format and new store and remodeling programs while also overseeing pharmacy and clinic operations at Target.
Target’s EVP, chief merchandising and supply chain officer, Kathee Tesija, will move into an advisory role, effective July 6, the company announced on Thursday.