BARE International honored for the MSPA Americas annual Shoppers’ Choice Awards for 2021.
‘If you work in or are connected to the credit industry—whether as a lender, a retailer, or even a B-to-B manufacturer that offers financing to encourage sales—it’s a good time to survey the credit landscape.’ BARE shares an article by Susan Doktor and Jason Steele for Money.com on what credit card issuers need to know.
‘A total of 167 billion coupons were distributed to US consumers in the first six months of 2011, according to the research firm NCH Marketing Services, and the value of redeemed coupons rose 5.3 percent to $2 billion. But it’s not your grandmother’s Sunday newspaper coupon clipping anymore. Websites with names like Southern Savers, livefabuless.com or thekrazycouponlady.com give consumers an edge on how to find the the right discounts in the art of “couponing,” which has evolved into a verb.’ BARE shares an article by Jonathan Treiber for Forbes on the humble coupon, which in the past gave consumers a few cents off soap or cereal , that has now mushroomed into a lifestyle for millions of Americans with its own television programs, websites and trading platforms.
BARE International honored for the MSPA Americas annual Shoppers’ Choice Awards for 2020.
‘The idea that the pandemic has accelerated pre-existing trends is talked about so much that it’s become a cliché. But it’s become a cliché because it’s true and for retailers with physical stores, that has meaningful implications.’ BARE shares an article by Richard Kestenbaum for Forbes with new changes for retail in 2021.
Congratulations to BARE International for earning Elite Company status from Mystery Shopping Professionals Association Americas. This will be the record seventh consecutive year BARE has earned this prestigious title.
‘After years of fighting for the “luxury” beauty experience, it appears beauty companies are giving in to the masstige retail reckoning.’ BARE shares an article by Priya Rao for Glossy with luxury beauty retail.
‘As consumers, we want to be recognized and catered to, and we can always use more convenience and positive experiences – especially during a time when there’s more uncertainty than usual.’ BARE shares an article by David Fletcher for Business.com with customer experience and marketing promises.