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Digiday+ Talks: How to Adapt your Commerce Strategy

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The coronavirus is accelerating Foot Locker’s plans to move its stores out of malls

Foot Locker has long been a staple of the mall, with an estimated 80% of its stores being located in malls as of 2018. Now, the coronavirus is accelerating those plans, CEO Dick Johnson said during the company's first quarter earnings call. The sneaker retailer has had to rethink its physical retail strategy over the past couple of years, not only to lessen its reliance on malls, but also to give its customers new reasons to visit the store.

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The coronavirus is accelerating Foot Locker’s plans to move its stores out of malls

Foot Locker has long been a staple of the mall, with an estimated 80% of its stores being located in malls as of 2018. Now, the coronavirus is accelerating those plans, CEO Dick Johnson said during the company's first quarter earnings call. The sneaker retailer has had to rethink its physical retail strategy over the past couple of years, not only to lessen its reliance on malls, but also to give its customers new reasons to visit the store.

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Beauty subscription boxes show resilience during coronavirus

The initial jolt of coronavirus caused negative impacts on some beauty box subscriptions, like an increase in March cancellations. But as shoppers spend more time at home and continue to avoid stores, they are looking to beauty subscription boxes as a means to acquire new products.

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Beauty subscription boxes show resilience during coronavirus

The initial jolt of coronavirus caused negative impacts on some beauty box subscriptions, like an increase in March cancellations. But as shoppers spend more time at home and continue to avoid stores, they are looking to beauty subscription boxes as a means to acquire new products.