This week, the Adweek team is highlighting Barbie's ultra-smart new Dreamhouse, a sparkling candy-inspired clutch, Glossier's party-ready gift set and more. Take a look!
This week, the Adweek staff is highlighting Nintendo's new (and improved) NES system, Timex's subtly smart watch, Stubbs & Wootton's snarky slippers and more fun holiday gifts. Take a look!
The 2016 holiday shopping season is upon us. With online retailers gearing up to meet consumer demands, finding out what shoppers want from their experiences can provide invaluable insight.
There's been a flurry of recent developments that suggest retailers this holiday season may summon the nerve to reboot their omnichannel marketing efforts, tapping into Big Data tactics that in years past may have seemed more like
If last year's holiday shopping habits were any sign of things to come, marketers planning their holiday budgets might want to prepare for more mobile advertising and shopping than ever before.
Nike, Apple, Victoria's Secret and Urban Decay topped the brands on millennial women's wish lists for this holiday season, according to product discovery platform Influenster—think Yelp for products—which recently surveyed 5,733 of its users to uncover gifting trends.
Danny Turner has a pretty cool job. As global senior vp of programming and production for Mood Media, he spends much of his time listening to music, thinking about music and, most importantly, figuring out the best music for his retail clients to play.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, marketers and retailers are gearing up for the year's biggest shopping onslaught: Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Dozens of heads, torsos and rows of various dismembered limbs hang on the walls of a storage room in Spaeth Design's Queens, N.Y., office.