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Report: Walmart, Sam’s Club Best Retailers for BOPIS, Delivery

Ipsos’ inaugural E-Commerce Experience Report revealed which retailers have best adapted to buy-online-pickup-in-store, curbside and delivery offerings amid the pandemic.

eMarketer: U.S. Online Sales to Grow 30%+

U.S. online sales will reach $794.50 billion this year, up 32.4% year-over-year and accounting for 14.4% of all retail spending, according to eMarketer’s third-quarter forecast.

According to a SmartCommerce study of 600 consumers, the majority of consumers will be spending Thanksgiving at home this year and buying some of their groceries online.

Costco is once again running a September bulk-purchase incentive with Procter & Gamble, this time leveraging QR codes to add an in-store digital element to the proceedings.

CVS Pharmacy has partnered with SkinSAFE, an online skincare product database and mobile app designed to inform consumers of safer products, in a move to make good on its pledge to give shoppers more transparency.

Both retail giants have already announced holiday hiring sprees this year, as both seek to bolster staff for a predicted e-commerce surge and shifting shopper habits amid a pandemic.

A RetailMeNot survey demonstrates most consumers will maintain traditional holiday spending habits, with a couple of modern twists.

A new shopper survey from Mercatus and Incisiv expects sales of groceries online to account for 21.5% of total grocery sales by 2025, an estimate of $250 billion.

As Kroger continues to grow its delivery capabilities, its pickup volume is also experiencing triple-digit growth, with basket sizes larger for pickup vs. in-store orders.

H-E-B will deploy equipment and software from Swisslog to support the retailer’s curbside pickup and delivery business.

The mass merchant is shining a spotlight on a new, exclusive cosmetics collection from TPG Growth's e.l.f. with in-store displays that advance the brand's initiative to improve assortment presentation and navigation at shelf.

Sam’s Club turned its one-day “August Savings Event” into a nine-day occurrence this year, elevating online-only and contactless shopping methods as a way to avoid drawing crowds to clubs to ensure shopper safety.

Kroger offered seasonal mealtime inspiration through a “Summer of Burgers” campaign activated in stores and online.

Entirely reimagined with a new look and name, Stem & Root, the brand made its U.S. debut at select CVS locations in California and online.

The grocer has had to rethink in-store events that typically aim drive in-store traffic in light of COVID-19, including this month’s grilling-themed "Chop and Shop" event.

CVS Pharmacy is tying in to May as National Arthritis Awareness Month and supporting the launch of GSK’s Voltaren arthritis pain gel.

The regional grocer tapped into Pinterest’s insights this holiday season to share festive recipes and dishes inspired by the platform's top food trends.

The deal gives Sam's Club proprietary technology and staff from WPP’s Triad Retail Media unit as the warehouse club moves its digital media operations in house.

Who's Who E-Commerce 2019

Our report recognizes more than 175 brand and retail executives who are making notable contributions in the area of e-commerce.

​​​​​​​When Scotts Miracle-Gro started a new e-commerce business unit almost two years ago, Matthew Taylor took notice.

​​​​​​​Kristina Morello spent 17 years at Colgate-Palmolive progressing through the commercial organization and loving all of the experiences and opportunities it offered.

​​​​​​​Dan Magrish began his career with Giant Eagle in 2009 and has had the opportunity to work in diverse roles across the organization.

A comparison chart of top vendors helping consumer goods companies develop the systems, tools, processes, assets and best practices they need to excel in the e-commerce arena.

Dorothy Daniel is one of three Women of Excellence honorees in the “Rising Star” category.

​​​​​​​Kate Gritsch has been into e-commerce for a long time and does almost all of her shopping online.

Walmart this year gave the month of September the new designation of “Best of Baby Month,” deploying a unifying signage package, heavy digital support and a first-ever car seat trade-in event.

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