As environmentally-conscious consumers turn away from fast fashion and seek more sustainable alternatives, resale marketplaces have been on the rise. Furthermore, traditional retailers have started implementing new resale initiatives; Lululemon recently announced a resale program for pre-owned activewear, and Neiman Marcus launched a platform for its stylists to sell clients’ unwanted handbags and accessories.
With Mother’s Day fast approaching and graduations around the corner, many shoppers are looking for last-minute gifts. Flowers are the go-to presents for these special spring events. This raises the question: Which flower websites are outperforming now? To answer this, we’ve compiled a list of the fastest-growing flower sites in the U.S. for the first quarter (Q1) of 2021. Keep reading to find out which industry trends are driving this growth.
When we covered Best Buy’s strong start to 2021, we noted that the brand was positioned exceptionally well for the recovery period. And while our overarching affection for the brand and its powerful strategic decisions are clear at this point, recent data only deepens our expectation for a very strong 2021.
Another 4/20 has come and gone. The annual cannabis holiday has only continued to grow as cannabis slowly becomes decriminalized and legalized state by state. In our research from last year, we found that 4/20 national online spend was up 108% compared to 2019. To see if 2021 follows the trend of increased online spend on cannabis, Edison Trends took a deep dive into over 12,000 transactions.
With U.S. COVID cases receding and travel increasing once more, rental car firms are seeing demand sharply increase. However, having sold a larger portion of their fleets last year to generate cash, the lack of supply is now driving customer prices to record highs.
Southeast Asia is a major region for mobile gaming growth — with markets seeing up to 55% growth in consumer spend. Vietnam is a major market in terms of both being home to a stronghold of mobile apps and game publishers as well as having a heavily mobile-first consumer base.
Heading into the print on May 6, we used Similarweb’s alternative data to analyze Peloton’s (PTON) unique users and payment referral traffic as a window into F3Q21 earnings. Peloton is in a tricky spot right now. Shares are down 35% year-to-date, as investors question the sustainability of elevated pandemic growth levels.
Consulting firms have long been a career launching pad to young professionals, promising a feather in the proverbial career cap to employees in exchange for grueling work hours. A key part of this bargain is that consulting firms select top students which add to the prestige of the firm itself.
The retail landscape is changing, but the last year has proven the fundamental importance and centrality of physical retail. The result is not a doomsday, retail apocalypse scenario but instead a newer, more sophisticated ecosystem that places emphasis on the full range of value driven by an offline location.
“Whales” are usually referred to as a small group of people who contribute a large percentage of revenues in successful games. These users’ purchasing behavior can be very different from regular users. Previous studies showed that 1% of the users are responsible for over 59% of the revenues on iPhone’s marketplace in the US.
Admittedly, we have always taken a more bullish approach to Macy’s. The willingness to try new concepts and strategically deploy rightsizing efforts are elements that deserve recognition. But in light of the recent announcement of an expansion of Backstage “store-within-a-store” efforts, we felt it necessary to dive in once again.
From taste preferences and health risks to ancestry links, 23andMe, provides direct to customer (DTC) home genetic testing kits that give customers insights into their genetics. All customers need to do is spit into a tube. But that’s not all. 23andMe is on a mission to disrupt what it believes to be a dysfunctional healthcare system.
In 2020, top Star Wars mobile games saw over a 900% increase in downloads on Star Wars Day. Today, Disney+ will be releasing Star Wars: The Bad Batch to coincide with Star Wars Day (“May the Fourth”) — an annual celebration of the franchise’s dedicated fanbase. Last year, Disney+ released an eight-episode docuseries with behind-the-scenes footage from The Mandalorian.
One of the largest moves we have ever seen in our data is that of gas station visitors and miles driven. Americans drive more now than they ever did, pre-pandemic and all. What is the best way to trade this data? According to the analysis below, Gasoline Futures.
The wider fitness sector is seeing all the signs of a significant offline recovery, and one brand that could be poised for a huge year is Planet Fitness. Planet Fitness, one of our 2021 winner predictions, hit an impressive milestone the week beginning April 12th.
We all know that eCommerce soared last year—and it’s not slowing down in 2021. In March, online sales were up 49% year-over-year (YoY), making this the biggest increase since July 2020 when Americans received their first round of stimulus checks. Despite vaccines, people are still shopping online and it makes sense that brands are buying ads in the digital space.
JD-LON’s success in its home market has come from building brands that resonate with specific customer segments, tailoring each brand’s assortment and image for the target audience. But with North American expansion key to its growth strategy, can the company recreate the allure across the Atlantic?
We are excited to show you several data points and macro takeaways from our Spring Technology Spending Intentions Survey and COVID-19 Impact drill down series, citing participation from 1,500 IT decision-makers.
SHEIN, a women's clothing brand based in China, has taken the digital fashion world by storm. For the past several years, its app has ranked as the top performing fast fashion app of the market. Given its current performance, its reign is unlikely to be cut short.
The number of video streaming services has exploded over the last year, with several content providers launching their own platforms. And while there’s always consumer appetite for new channels, room on the Roku doesn’t necessarily translate to room in their wallets.