Heading into the summer months, the DS Index continued to show slight gains in overall consumer electronics retailer confidence, bucking last year's trends.
The Dealerscope Consumer Electronics Retail Confidence Index remained fairly static heading into May, which is positive news for the industry.
During their press conference in Rome, IFA team leaders talked about the organization's growing global footprint and trends driving the industry forward.
The annual Dealerscope Top 101 on its own provides tremendous value to the industry, but our deep dive into the data goes even a few steps further.
For the first time in the history of the Dealerscope Top 101 consumer electronics retailers list, Amazon is the top-ranked CE retailer.
The latest DS Index saw the industry confidence score rise slightly, but big box retailers experienced a historic decline in April.
The slow uptake in smart home tech adoption could present an opportunity for retailers and others to create Hardware as a Service packages.
CE retailers went on quite the roller coaster ride during the first quarter of the new year, according to the Q1 2018 DS Index report.
Bucking all of the purported Retail Apocalypse trends from last year, the Dealerscope CE Retail Confidence Index (DS Index) continued its climb heading into June. The latest monthly survey saw the industry’s confidence level rise another 2.8 points to reach 195.29—the second highest total recorded in 2018. Notably, this was the third month in a […]
The March CE retail confidence level fell back a few more points in the latest DS Index report, driven mostly by independent retailers.