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Virtual Roundtable: Rethinking Shopper Engagement During the COVID-19 Crisis

Join a panel of experienced industry thought leaders as they examine how leading brands and retailers are confronting the current climate by addressing the immediate needs of shoppers and retailers in a lively, interactive virtual roundtable that will include audience Q&A.

Auditing Aisles: TP Still Tops the OOS List

A random audit of more than 200 stores by Field Agent last week found 57% of shelves across eight key categories almost completely out of stock.

Lowe's Coronavirus

CEO Ellison details keeping consumers and staff safe while replenishing in-demand products.

As concerns over the coronavirus worsen and numerous events are canceled and postponed, customers' eating habits and purchasing decisions are changing. 

Virtual meet-ups for suppliers replace trade shows, while retailers limit sales of virus-related products.

The mass merchant is deploying an emergency employee leave program on the heels of news that a store associate in Cynthiana, KY, has tested positive for the coronavirus

Target is stocking a new, exclusive line of textured hair care products targeting Gen Z multicultural women from Unilever’s Sundial Brands subsidiary. Emerge products recently rolled out to Target stores and, encompassing six moisture-rich SKUs to cleanse, hydrate, treat and style cur

The retailer industry is facing stock outs and supply chain issues, store and corporate campus closings for cleanings, event cancellations, among other issues.

In the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, CVS Health has begun waiving fees for home delivery of prescription medications.

The impact from coronavirus panic shopping helped Costco post an astonishing 11.7% increase in same-store sales for the month of February.

Coca-Cola Co. entered the U.S. energy drink market with the Jan. 20 launch of Coke Energy, for the first time giving its flagship brand name to a beverage that is not a soft drink.

In the wake of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, CVS Health is taking efforts to help its Aetna members with the medical issue.

Retailers and trade groups work to respond to consumer demand for preparedness supplies.

As coronavirus fears rise, consumers may seek to limit their exposure to infection by making use of grocers’ existing e-commerce programs.

SmileDirectClub in January launched its inaugural retail product line, selling the new oral-care collection exclusively through Walmart. Positioned as affordable yet premium, the initial lineup included an electric toothbrush (priced at about $25) and brush replacement heads plus a whitening kit

Hint, a San Francisco-based company that last year made the Path to Purchase Institute’s list of Standout Small Brands, has expanded further into the personal care category with Amazon as its exclusive retail partner. Known for its flagship unsweetened flavored water, the healthy lifestyle brand

In Path to Purchase IQ’s annual Trends Report, we asked respondents to rate nine retail digital media platforms based on their relative strengths in effective targeting, performance measurement, ROI, data sharing, sales growth and creative freedom.

As retailer-operated media platforms grow in number and prominence, manufacturers must decide how best to use them — and who should pay the tab.