Trellus Same-Day Local Delivery was highlighted by Innovate Long Island in the publication’s landmark 700th newsletter. Paying forward a congratulations, the InnovateLI editors shared Trellus’ announcement of […]
In years past, last-minute holiday shopping typically began mid-December or later. However, a number of factors this year, from an early Hanukkah to a well-publicized supply chain shortage, have led to an early jump on the holiday shopping rush.
The last decade dramatically shook the retail sector. Almost 10,000 stores closed in 2019 alone. Much of this has been blamed on the popularity of online shopping. But today's brick-and mortar-retailers are also grappling with a host of other challenges.
Physical distancing and stay-at-home orders have forced whole consumer segments to shop differently. A few months into COVID-19, consumer shopping online has increased significantly across many categories.