HomeGoods.com is now more than a store locator website - it's an online shop, too. TJX Companies opened an ecommerce site for its home decor brand.
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Oak Ridge's HomeGoods will have a grand opening on Thursday, Sept. 23. The grand opening will be from 8 to 10 a.m. The store is located in Main Street Oak Ridge. HomeGoods' official website announced the grand opening, along with a description of the store in general. "At HomeGoods Oak...
Strolling through a HomeGoods store is one of the easiest ways to find affordable and adorable decor, and now, shopping the popular retail chain just got even easier. With the HomeGoods.com website launch on Tuesday, Sept. 28, you can browse an assortment of products you’d usually only find in-stores online — all without ever leaving your couch. The online shop will allow you to scroll (instead of stroll) through different products and decor ideas to find just what you need to elevate your living space.
If there’s a HomeGoods near you, chances are you frequent its isles a little more often than you would like to admit. Now, with the launch of the brand’s online store, we can (finally!) shop from our homes. “We are excited to expand HomeGoods’ digital footprint so customers can shop...
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Moms everywhere will be thrilled to know they can shop at their favorite home decor store right from the couch. This is not a drill: you can now shop at HomeGoods from the comfort of your own home. Yep, that's right, everyone's favorite home decor store has officially launched its own online store!
With the pandemic raging on, retailers are continually looking for ways to make shopping safer and more convenient. HomeGoods, for instance, still wants you to discover hidden treasures in their collection—only this time, you can do it at home. Last week, Ernie Herrman, the CEO of HomeGoods’ parent brand TJX,...
Strength in the HomeGoods segment has been favoring The TJX Companies, Inc. TJX. The company’s focus on marketing initiatives is yielding. The TJX Companies’ efforts to enhance the offline and online businesses look impressive. Let’s delve deeper. What’s Driving Growth for The TJX Companies?. The TJX Companies’ HomeGoods segment is...
Today In Retail: Mastercard Broadens Merchant Access to BNPL; HomeGoods Adds Digital Shopping Capabilities
In today’s top retail news, Mastercard is set to enter the buy now, pay later (BNPL) arena with an offering that integrates into the company’s merchant network, while HomeGoods finally gives shoppers the ability to make purchases online. Also, Walmart Health is working to create a patient records portal as part of the retailer’s move into healthcare, and brands are expanding their subscription offerings but consumers seem less interested than before.
End-to-end eCommerce services startup Cart.com is teaming up with eCommerce investment firm Clearco to enable digital retailers to gain easy access to capital financing. “We’re committed to making all aspects of running an eCommerce business streamlined and hassle-free — and that includes getting access to the capital needed to fuel growth,” Omair Tariq, Cart.com CEO, said in a press release emailed to PYMNTS.
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Bed Bath & Beyond (NASDAQ: BBBY) is scheduled to report its fiscal second-quarter results on Thursday, September 30th. We expect the home goods retailer’s stock to likely trade higher with revenues and earnings beating market expectations post the second-quarter results. Bed Bath & Beyond has shed all of its non-core segments in order to prioritize its survival in the retail market. In fact, the Covid-19 crisis caused the retailer to rely on its e-commerce platform as people used their time at home to spruce up their interiors. In Q1, the company saw more than 38% of its total sales come from online orders. In addition, the company also partnered with the food delivery platform DoorDash to offer same-day delivery on store items across the U.S. and Canada. We expect this digital sales growth trend to continue into Q2 as well. That said, the company still depends on its massive turnaround strategy as it has been struggling with margin pressure and declining store traffic amid competition from e-commerce and omnichannel competitors in recent years.
Following the massive success of their Pren collection, Minnesota-based brands Room & Board and Cambria are launching an exclusive home goods collection for the holiday season. Food-safe, maintenance-free, and perfect for entertaining or gifting, this is what we’re most excited to get our hands on:. Elevate your desk or home...
A pair of U.S. senators, Maggie Hassan (D-N.H.) and Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), proposed new legislation on Monday (Sept. 27) that would require the Treasury Department and other agencies to track cryptocurrency mining and global use cases, according to a Coindesk report Tuesday (Sept. 28). The bill would require the Treasury...
Labor Day 2021 has arrived, and many retailers have slashed prices across the board. It is one of the more popular federal holidays when it comes to online shopping sales, and right now, there are retailers like Samsung, Wayfair and The North Face offering big savings. Here is a roundup...
The New York-based home goods retailer ABC Carpet & Home filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy with plans to sell itself in a court-supervised process. In court papers, the retailer's CEO blamed a litany of COVID-19-related issues for its distress, including last year's store closures, supply chain delays, and difficulty finding buyers or investors to fund a turnaround.
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