While a lot of folks will do their holiday shopping online, there are local shops who share how their business model is still bringing people into the store.
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — It may come at no or little surprise, but according to a national study, people are planning to do more online shopping this holiday season.
3NEWS spoke with local resident, Emmett Scott Perdue, who said that the allure of online shopping is due to accessibility.
“It’s more convenient and it’s delivered right to your door,” Perdue said.
According to a study by Radial Incorporated, an eCommerce fulfillment center, 58-percent of consumers plan to increase online shopping this year marking an eight-percent growth in eCommerce. However, in-store shopping holds steady at 46-percent as compared to 45-percent in 2021.
“We try to bring in the customer, into the design process as much as possible to where they feel like hey, they’re helping with the design,” said …