State of Paper Series: The Top of the Stack
In our first State of Paper report, we learned what the modern stationery retailer looks like, ranging from brick-and-mortar to online shops.
Now, we are taking a deeper look at sales, operations and marketing. In this latest State of Paper installment, you’ll see which wares the modern stationery retailer carries and how it promotes them.
State of Paper Series: Trends in Today’s Card and Paper Shop
Few statistics are readily available on the stationery industry, and 2019 is the year Stationery Trends is doing something about it. Throughout the year we’ll be conducting surveys and putting together State of Paper reports.
Download our first (FREE!) State of Paper installment to see what the modern stationery retailer looks like. You’ll see trends regarding sales, employees and more.
Shop Local Saturday Guide
In 2017, 108 million shoppers spent $12.9 billion on Shop Local Saturday, and nearly half of these shoppers visited a small business that they had not been to previously. Don’t miss out on potential sales this year!
Download our free Shop Local Saturday Guide to see how you can prep your store and your staff. Plus get marketing ideas to promote your sales event leading up to the big day on Nov. 24.
The U.S. pet industry is expected to reach $96 billion in sales by 2020. This growing market encompasses a variety of pet species and pet owner demographics, each taking the lead in a variety of trends.
This special report offers a look at the current state of the pet industry, with insights on pet ownership and gifts for pets — and how retailers can profit from serving this market.
Happy Employees Keep Shoppers Coming Back
Providing a good place to work will draw out and mold better employees.
This special report will teach you tips to find all-star employees — and keep them engaged — while providing top-notch customer service to keep shoppers coming back.
That Certain Polish: Trends from A to Z
Stay on top of what’s new, what’s now and what’s next — and find out what products are going to be jumping off your shelves in the coming year.
From iridescence to profanity, consumers are wanting something that speaks to them and that contains a … certain polish. After all, a curse word is that much more vehement when letterpressed on a gorgeous thick paper, no?