Retail Advisors Network™ In The Media

How Sears Canada going out of business could impact stakeholders

Sears_BNN_2017-06-13_(3)_copy.jpgBruce Winder was interviewed on BNN regarding Sears Canada's financial position and the potential impact to vendors, employees, landlords and other stakeholders. 

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HBC's job cuts driven by slow death of malls: analyst

2017-06-09_(2)_copy.jpgBruce Winder was interviewed on CTV News "The National" regarding HBC's latest results and job cuts.  “It’s not a big surprise, unfortunately, because HBC has had a few rough quarters recently,” Winder said.

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HBC's 2,000 job cuts likely to be skewed to office positions: Consultant

2017-06-09_(5)_copy.jpgBruce Winder was interviewed on BNN regarding HBC's announced job cuts and earnings release.  

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Off-price apparel stores are booming, but are they a bricks-and-mortar saviour or symptom of decline?

0603_biz_hs_offprice-1.pngBruce Winder was quoted in The Financial Post regarding off-price luxury discount. “The top spending and income echelon will go to the full-line stores but the off-price customer is not super-rich,” Winder said.

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Canadian Tire trials home delivery for online goods even as bricks-and-mortar chains deliver 26% profit surge

canadian_tire_20170511.jpgBruce Winder was quoted in The Financial Post regarding Canadian Tire. “This is a good decision, a bit of an awakening,” Winder said. “They were behind with e-commerce and omnichannel, and I think with Wetmore back in, they are trying to catch up quickly.”

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Sleep Country goes after the mattress-in-a-box business made popular by online rivals

bloom.jpgBruce Winder quoted in The Financial Post regarding Sleep Country entering boxed mattress market. “The box guys are more of an everyday low price. Casper (its competitors) don’t have the overhead that Sleep Country has, and they have a very limited product range.”

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