Answering Retail’s Billion-Dollar Question Brick by Bit

On a jammed street corner in New York, a glimpse of the Store of the Future opened recently in SoHo, its décor well-suited to the hipster neighborhood in which it resides. Like the airy loft apartments that are a local trademark, the four-thousand-square-foot store has a super-high ceiling that is white, with HVAC pipes exposed....

You Can Call Me AL

The below is the first of what we hope is many columns from WD’s Account Manager, Andre Lozano. For the last several months Andre has shared a weekly round-up with our company that includes news about retail, brands, podcasts, social media & even family trips to Disney World. He’s been inspiring our team to look...

What If Holiday Shopping Was Fun Again?

In a not so distant past, holiday shopping was fun. Friends and family made a tradition out of it. Groups would take a Saturday or Sunday and head to their favorite malls. They’d spend the day there and go to their favorite restaurant for dinner to recap the day and cross off a bunch of...