Our annual Top 101 consumer electronics retailers list is now available. Amazon again retained the top spot, but behind them there was a lot of moving and shaking. We highlight some of the key findings.
Dealerscope's annual registry of the top consumer electronics retailers, based on total CE retail sales.
For the second month in a row the DS Index experienced a strong month-over-month improvement in the overall confidence score. April's gains were attributed to coming tax refunds and strong sales performance.
After setting a record low in February, consumer electronics retailers saw their confidence rebound slightly in our March DS Index report.
Our latest DS Index report shows that a rough few weeks of winter weather and the longest-ever U.S. government shutdown had a major impact on consumer electronics retailers' confidence heading into February.
At CES 2019, tech insurance provider Assurant released new research on consumers' willingness to adopt connected tech. We dive into the findings and more with Assurant President and CEO Alan Colberg.
The DS Index got off to a rough start in 2019, recording a double-digit-point drop both month-over-month and year-over-year. The main culprit: poor sales performance.
There's apparently no denying the fact that the millennial shopper today has a certain soft spot in their heart for Amazon and it's ecommerce platform.
In December, Big Box stores hit a record high confidence score, which helped pull the DS Index above the 200-point threshold for the second time this year.