Although the overwhelming majority of grocery shopping currently takes place in physical stores, experts suggest this pattern will change in the next decade, as grocery e-commerce is poised to boom in the next decade.
In the U.S., online grocery shopping could grow five-fold to $100 billion by 2025, according to new research by Food Marketing Institute and Nielsen.[i] Online grocery spending could grow from 4% in 2016 of total U.S. food and beverage sales ($20.5 billion) to as much as a 20% share ($100 billion).[ii]
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For decades, marketers have spent every last cent they had tailoring their retail sales strategies to appeal to Baby Boomers. Boomers, once the largest generation, have now been overtaken by Millennials, who are the largest living segment of the population. Millennials, who are roughly ages 18-36, are the generation everyone loves to hate, dismissing them as lazy, whiny, and unwilling to work. Continue reading “Millennials vs. Baby Boomers: Retail Sales Strategies That Appeal to Both”
Disney’s new adaptation of the movie Cinderella reminded us of two things.
One, fairy tales are timeless!
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