beauty retailing

Consumers Prefer In-Store Shopping

Ninety percent of consumers prefer shopping in brick and mortars and more than half of online retail sales are captured by brick and mortars, according to the "Omnichannel Shopping Preferences Study" by A.T. Kearney, a global management consulting firm.

Helen of Troy Implements Succession Plan and Appoints New Chief Executive Officer

Helen of Troy announced that Gerald J. Rubin is stepping down as chief executive officer and president and is resigning from the board of directors--effective immediately--to serve as chief executive officer of River Oaks Properties, a leading commercial real estate firm in El Paso.

Birchbox, Us Weekly to Offer Red Carpet-Inspired Birchbox

Birchbox, Us Weekly Offer Red Carpet Inspired Birchbox

Online discovery-retail company Birchbox is partnering with Us Weekly to offer its customers a special-edition Birchbox, inspired by the season’s most iconic red-carpet looks and handpicked by Us Weekly beauty director Gwen Flamberg.

How to Choose the Best Location for Beauty Retail Expansion

How to Choose the Best Location for Beauty Retail Expansion
The location you choose could make or break your business-expansion success.

Whether the ultimate goal is for your beauty retail business to occupy two stores or 200 stores, there are many considerations involved in expanding a retail business beyond one set of doors. Of utmost importance is choosing the best location. Availability of desirable space is an important opportunity and a benefit in today’s market that should not be taken lightly. Location, location, location—is key, say retail experts.


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How to Effectively Edit Your Beauty Inventory collection
Retailers offer their tips for successfully editing beauty inventory.

A hit sitcom in the 1970s, Sanford and Son depicts the escapades of Fred Sanford and his adult son Lamont. In the opening credits, a sign above the Sanford’s work and home depicts a crucial aspect of the sitcom’s setting. It says: “Sanford and Son Salvage, We Buy and Sell Junk.”