brick-and-mortar


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brick-and-mor·tar

(brīk′ənd-môr′tər)
adj.
Located or serving consumers in a physical facility as distinct from providing remote, especially online, services: a brick-and-mortar bookstore.
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Some Radical fellow speechifying at Middlemarch said Casaubon was the learned straw-chopping incumbent, and Freke was the brick-and-mortar incumbent, and I was the angling incumbent.
Of course, since EMTY is an inverse exchange traded fund designed to profit from weakness by traditional brick-and-mortar retailers, the fact that early holiday shopping data points look good for the ProShares ETF could mean some bad vibes for standard retail investments.
Its Slovak branch ended 2017 with a loss exceeding Pound 4 million, despite the increasing revenues.The chain of clothes shops Zoot offered a unique project: customers could choose goods on their online shop, order it and then try then on in a brick-and-mortar issuing premises.
Macy's and other retailers are also looking to delve further into the beauty products market in a move to compete with Amazon and brick-and-mortar retailers like Wal-Mart (WMT) and Target (TGT).
Independent brick-and-mortar retailers may finally have a more level playing field with their online competitors thanks to a recent U.S.
-- Good Neighbor Pharmacy ranks highest among brick-and-mortar chain drug stores for customer satisfaction, with a score of 903, in the recent J.D.
pharmacy industry continues to set a high bar for customer satisfaction in both the brick-and-mortar and mail-order segments, and this is a continuation of its history as one of the most customer-centric industries it measures.
Summary: While the global e-commerce market continues to grow, today's consumers still like to visit brick-and-mortar stores regularly and retailers must rethink their business model in order to stay ahead of the curve.
North Dakota, a 25 year-old case that she brought before the Court in 1992 as North Dakotas tax commissioner in an effort to level the playing field for brick-and-mortar retailers.
Interestingly, the study found that the growth of online sales in the category did not come at the expense of brick-and-mortar retailers.
Summary: Brick-and-mortar sales will continue to be the major source of sales, Euromonitor says
Although digital retail is capturing headlines, physical stores remain critical, according to "On Solid Ground: Brick-and-Mortar Is the Foundation of Omnichannel Retailing," a July 2014 report from Chicago-based consultancy A.T.