Consumers are more home-focused than ever before. That means the question to be asking in the coming months is not so much whether consumers will be buying housewares, but what and from where.
It’s a great time for retailers to help consumers with resourceful living by offering home and housewares products that extend the life of our food, clothes, furniture and parts of our homes.
As consumers prepare to host at-home gatherings for Thanksgiving and the December holidays, interest in home decorating and holiday home décor is likely to remain strong.
As temperatures go down, retailers can connect with consumers by leading with products that come in handy during soup season, as well as creative recipes and hacks.
We’re supposed to be heading into “the most wonderful time of the year,” but many consumers aren’t feeling too joyful in this down economy. Retailers looking to engage with shoppers in the coming months.
Despite the potential benefits, a good number of consumers are concerned about businesses using AI. Before jumping in head first, retailers using AI should consider where their customers are at—and what they’re looking for.