It’s been a rough couple of years for retail, but it’s been especially bad for some. And while it looks like there is a bright spot on the horizon in the form of slightly lower unemployment numbers and slightly higher consumer confidence numbers, we still saw some major missteps in 2011, from branding to customer service to handling the press.
All of us no doubt have been impacted by the global financial crisis. While banks, automakers and even insurance companies have been handed government bailouts, what about Santa? Enjoy this Infographic and check out the bottom for how you can help bailout Santa and earn a chance to win a free iPad2.
In this informative Infographic, discover when people shop for the holidays, where they spend their money, and perhaps most importantly of all, where on the globe is the world’s most expensive Christmas tree?
I have to admit that one of the things I hate about the Christmas holiday is having to buy gifts more people you hardly see and quite frankly, some you don’t care much for. It’s the truth. This crafty Infographic helps one to answer the question, “should I buy the gift or not?”
This Infographic created by Derby Supply Chain Solutions features some interesting facts about holiday shopping and integrates the importance of logistics in getting holiday gifts where they need to go on time.
Surviving the holidays is a feat — but surviving the holidays debt-free is something to be truly proud of. This Infographic will help holiday shoppers navigate and survive the typical obstacle course that retailers and credit card issuers set for customers, during the holiday season and beyond.
Testing service Monetate has released an infographic full of stats on desktop shopping compared to behaviors of mobile and tablet usage, based on data from their own service. Desktop shopping still takes 1st place but mobile and tablet is rising.
Typically the holidays mark a time of overspending, overeating, and overindulgence. This Infographic reveals data on how much we actually spend during the holidays and provides some alternate gift ideas that can make impact.
In this Infographic, Bundle.com has aggregating anonymous data from the U.S. government, banks and other third-parties and broken down Americans’ gadget spending by city, age, household type and income level.