Retail & Food Best Practices This Week

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Week of March 23, 2020

Industry Updates You Should Know

Prepare for the Medium-Term
Analysts say e-commerce will not balance out in-store sales losses, but here’s how retailers can defend themselves against COVID-19.

Food, Alcohol Still at New Yorkers’ Fingertips
NYC restaurants and bars get creative with new liquor law to stay afloat after COVID-19 spread results in state-mandated closures.

Anticipating the New Normal
Grocery app downloads skyrocket as consumers increase online ordering.

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New Best Practice Case Studies

Making Shopping Easy
Furnitureland South takes the pain out of interior design with its omnichannel processes.

An Eye for Detail
Tortilla King Inc. concentrates on providing quality products and staying innovative.

Toying with Play Patterns
Zuru launches new and imaginative products it says are designed to disrupt the market.

Videos Worth Viewing

Retailers will need brick-and-mortar locations to come back better than ever as consumers get used to shopping online.

Cornell professor says short-term disruptions to the grocery supply chain will continue, but the macro level need for food hasn’t changed.

The Restaurant Coach founder offers restaurants marketing tips to survive the impact of COVID-19.

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