February, 2015 issue of Shopper Marketing magazine

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Published 12 times a year, Shopper Marketing covers retail marketing from insights to activation to execution. Issues include case studies, discussion-oriented features, channel and category reports, and news on the latest research, retail media technologies, packaging innovation and displays. It serves those shaping the in-store and shopper marketing industry.

An official publication of the Path to Purchase  Institute

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Featured Stories in Shopper Marketing

Dr Pepper Brings 'Playoff' to Walmart

Dr Pepper Brings 'Playoff' to Walmart

Plano, Texas — Dr Pepper Snapple Group has been involved with college football for the last 10 years through media buys and bowl game sponsorships, targeting college-aged Millennials. But in 2014, the manufacturer made a sizable bet by signing on as an official sponsor of the new College Football Playoff series.

Otter Unveils Permanent Display

Otter Unveils Permanent Display

Fort Collins, Colo. — Otter Products, the manufacturer of several popular brands of protective cases for smartphones and tablets including OtterBox, rolled out its “OtterShop” at 950 Best Buy big-box stores and more than 300 Best Buy Mobile stores last summer. Created specifically for the consumer electronics retailer, Otter’s self-standing, permanent fixture is a departure from the temporary shippers it previously produced for the retailer.

Considered Purchases

Considered Purchases

While the path to purchase for even an everyday CPG item is no longer clear-cut, shopper marketers can expect an uncertain course for big-ticket items. When faced with needing to make a considered purchase – large and small consumer electronics, household appliances, furniture and more – shoppers are looking at a large investment of time and money; they may be unfamiliar with the brands offering what they need if it’s an item not purchased frequently; and they need to educate themselves to compare price, value, as well as touch and feel the item.

Featured Industry Guides Appearing Only in Shopper Marketing

Retail and Shopper Insights

P-O-P Design and Manufacturing

Digital Shopper Marketing

Shopper Marketing Agencies

Shopper Marketing Teams

Winning With
Hispanic Shoppers

At Home with the
Path to Purchase

Mobile Marketing: Strategies for Personalizing the User Experience

Experiential Marketing


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