All posts by Tali Rozenman

Tali is the Marketing Manager at Placer.ai, dedicated to helping businesses reach their full potential with location analytics.

Q3 Index – Home Goods and Improvement Sector

We’re continuing our Q3 Retail Index with something that really hits home, the Home Goods & Improvement sector that is. Did this quarter deliver results after a strong spring season? We dove into foot traffic data to see.  Most Improved In Q2 only two of the ten companies analyzed experienced a drop in traffic from ...

Placer Bites: Target Takes on Toys, Gymboree Makes a Comeback

Target is bringing the magic to its stores with a recent Disney collaboration.  Twenty-five stores nationwide have already opened in-store Disney shops, with many more expected to launch by this time next year. We looked at five locations in different states to see what we could learn from foot traffic and audience data.  All five ...

Hallowinning

For most retailers, Thanksgiving and Christmas are the most wonderful times of the year when it comes to visit volume. But what about the stores that wait patiently for the spookiest day of the calendar?  In honor of Halloween, we looked into some costume favorites to see what fall’s costume peak time means for them.  ...

Jimmy Gets Inspired

Inspire Brands, owner of restaurant chains Arby’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, and Sonic, recently added the Jimmy John’s sandwich chain to its portfolio. We dug into location data to see how the brand is performing and where its growth potential may lie. Make Way for Jimmy To start, we looked at the Jimmy John’s chain’s performance ...

Wendy’s Takes on Breakfast (Again)

Wendy’s stock fell even as the chain announced an attempt to re-launch its nationwide breakfast menu next year. Breakfast has been a tough one to tackle for fast food chains, as most Americans make breakfast at home. Nevertheless, this has been a challenge that the big players have gladly accepted. We looked into the latest ...

Starbucks Spicing Summer Up

Starbucks fan favorite, the Pumpkin Spice Latte, launched even earlier this year. What did this mean for Starbucks visits?