The pandemic had a ripple effect throughout the retail world. Specialty retailers - particularly those deemed to be non-essential - were forced to pivot quickly and alter the in-store experience to align with ever-changing health and safety protocols. Read on for a closer look at how bridal retailers adapted in the face of unprecedented challenges brought on by COVID-19.
OnQ earned a spot on the 2021 Top Workplaces list, which recognizes top workplaces in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Star Wars' box office success is certainly impressive, but you may be surprised to learn that merchandise sales account for roughly four times the amount of revenue generated by ticket sales. Star Wars is one of the best examples of how deeply intertwined the entertainment and retail industries can become when pop culture and consumerism collide.
For our latest installment of Retail Voices, we spent some time with Alan McFarland. He joined our tech team as Director of Electronic Innovations just a short time ago. Like many of us at OnQ, Alan spent a good chunk of his career pursuing endeavors unrelated to retail before finding his way here.
Several months ago, we published a retrospective on the history and evolution of the category display at retail. We received some great feedback on that write-up, so we decided to take a similar tact and share some of our reflections on the evolution of smart home products at retail.
Senior warehouse production assistant Purity McKinney works closely with OnQ's line leads to make sure they have everything they need, and to make sure projects move smoothly through production.
Retail Industry Luminary Stuart Armstrong Joins the OnQ Board of Directors
Senior Project Manager Chelsey Oda offers some perspective on the project development process at OnQ in this latest installment of Retail Voices. Read on to learn how she skillfully ushers projects from initial sketches all the way to production.
Madison Reed tapped OnQ to develop a new interactive digital swatch panel experience to help customers explore Madison Reed’s hair color products to find their perfect shade.
Curtis Acosta offers a glimpse into the prototyping process in this latest installment of Retail Voices. Unlike many of his colleagues, he spent much of his career outside the retail industry before coming to OnQ.