As Downtown L.A. undergoes a renaissance, edgy retailer Please Do Not Enter is at the forefront.
Their 7-year-old e-commerce company has grown 80 percent over this past calendar year, with monthly revenues in the seven-figure range.
People exposed to editorial content look at twice as many pages, have a better conversion rate and higher basket value, the retailer said.
The direct-to-consumer men’s footwear label aims to court new customers with an in-store experience.
Ryan is set to talk tax code changes at New Balance’s Lawrence, Mass., factory.
The Comunity brand will open its doors to serve as a public hub in downtown Los Angeles.
The Dublin-based retailer said the flip-flops were sold between Jan. 4 and June 2.
Are lower prices no longer enough to lure unmotivated shoppers?
The brand hopes more-natural manufacturing tactics will please customers as well as be kind to Mother Nature.