Retailers will encounter useful opportunities and more than a few challenges
in 2024. Here are some insights into what may be in store.
Kristen Moonjian of FS says consumers are rejecting the fast overturn of aesthetics, stark minimalism is declining, and there’s growth in purpose-filled items.
Furniture First’s CEO, Andrew Kauffman, outlines strategies furniture & mattress retailers should consider for better results in slower traffic 2024 environments.
Twelve ways to prepare to maximize profitability and market share acquisition. 2024 will generate pent-up demand and be a time of opportunity.
Can you guess who might buy you furniture for your house, maybe a nice
Chesterﬁeld or an ottoman? What if you really wanted to get a mattress store?
OSHA’s new National Emphasis Program will likely increase warehouse
oversight for furniture retailers in 2024. Here’s what you need to know.
A first-level retail RSA is focused on product. A second-level RSA is concerned about usage. A third-level salesperson outperforms both by wide margins.
Crate and Barrel is playing to its strengths, establishing a fresh vision for the brand and putting distance between it and its competitors.
Forewarned and Forearmed. Planning for success in 2024.
Joining forces in large or small ways with other retailers can have a big impact. Your advocacy can start in small ways by voicing support for industry-related bills, writing letters to legislators or engaging on social media platforms.