Retailers aim to reduce costs while making it easier for shoppers to return online items. The average return rate for online transactions is 25% compared with 8% for store purchases, according to Forrester Research
The Indianapolis-based shopping mall giant announced Wednesday morning that it is partnering with Rue Gilt Groupe to create an online site that will allow users to shop for more than 300,000 products from at least 2,000 designers.
Kittle’s Furniture has provided seed funding to accelerate retail startup ParkerGwen.com’s growth, the companies announced Monday.
Kohl’s has been testing Amazon returns at 100 stores for nearly two years and sees the service as a way to get people in its doors and potentially buy something while they’re there.
Randy Stocklin, who founded the company with his wife, Angie Stocklin, will remain with the company.
The rise of e-commerce, technology and big data has brought big changes to the retail industry—and big opportunities for Carmel-based software and consulting company enVista LLC.
The online retailer upped its minimum wage to $15 and raised other warehouse wages by $1 per hour, but employees learned Wednesday that there’s a tradeoff.
Jonathan Partlow is founder of Fishers-based ag-tech company Aggressively Organic, a company focused on ending food insecurity by innovating agricultural practices.
Most of the company’s current business focus—and the majority of its revenue—comes from readers.
From 2015 to 2017, revenue at the ecommerce firm jumped from less than $4 million to almost $16 million. CEO Josh Owens discusses mistakes made, lessons learned and strategies that panned out.
The company’s troubles have affected toy makers Mattel and Hasbro, which are big suppliers to the chain. But the likely liquidation will have a more significant impact on smaller toy makers that rely more on the chain for sales.
The mayor also told IBJ that the city is “prepared to look at anything and everything” that would help it secure Amazon’s planned second U.S. headquarters—as long as any action is fiscally prudent.
Indiana-based BoxUp lets consumers customize cardboard boxes with their own logos, photos and designs and then order small (or large) quantities with a few clicks of the mouse.
The holiday program allows consumers in select cities to place online orders with participating retailers on a Saturday and then receive their packages the next day.
Seattle-based Amazon employs more than 9,000 full-time workers at its five Indiana fulfillment centers, four of which are in central Indiana—with plans to add more positions.
Indiana lawmakers passed a law this spring claiming the state has a right to collect sales taxes from companies using only online transactions.