Tag Archives: The Checkout

Retailers May Find it More Difficult to Win Shoppers for Back-to-School Shopping This Season

According to new results published by The Integer Group, 31 percent of survey respondents said they won’t be shopping for any back-to-school products at … Continue reading

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Study Shows More Hispanic Shoppers Use Mobile Devices as a Shopping Tool Than General Market Shoppers

U.S. smartphone penetration is approximately 57 percent so it’s no surprise that consumers are using their phones to assist with shopping needs. What’s interesting … Continue reading

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Nine out of Ten Women Compare Private Label to Brand Name Products When Shopping

Although 77 percent of general shoppers compare store brands to brand names, 90 percent of women compare both regularly. This was revealed in The … Continue reading

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Study Shows African American and Hispanic Shoppers Adopt Shopping Technologies at a Faster Rate than Caucasians

U.S. smartphone penetration is nearing 50 percent, so it’s no surprise that the adoption of mobile shopping tools has been rapid. African Americans and … Continue reading

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Study Shows Nine Out of Ten Shoppers Make Impulse Purchases

Despite a shopping list being a tool to stay on budget and eliminate unnecessary purchases, research shows that nine out of ten shoppers still … Continue reading

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