Study: Efficacy and information drive sales
Report: Beauty biz helps rescue holiday for Burlington Stores
Strong sales of fragrances and bath and body products helped Burlington Stores achieve its holiday season sales targets and have CEO Tom Kingsbury feeling good about where the company is headed in 2016.
Strength in the traditional drug store categories offset weakness elsewhere in the business caused by warm weather. For the full story, click here.
The next wearable flying off shelves?
Fitness enthusiasts now have another reason to shop the wearable technology aisle: RunLites.
For running, walking, cycling, hiking or other tasks in low-light areas, RunLites gloves offer a solution that replaces clunky and uncomfortable head lamps, light-up vests, clip-on lights, and handheld lights that limit the use of hands.
"RunLites are life lights," said Mary Tiffin, president and CEO of RunLites. "RunLites gloves offer a powerful, hands-free, comfortable and wearable solution for handling the dark—no matter what the application."
Key benefits of RunLites gloves include:
- Lightweight and compact design, fitted with a hands-free safety light
- Two brightness settings that can project 80 lumens of light up to 15 feet
- 6-12 hours of USB re-chargeable battery life
- Palm pocket for storage of IDs, keys, money, or music unit
- Reflective strip for added safety
- Unisex models in a range of colors offered in half-length dry-wick fabric ($34.99) and full-length polar fleece ($39.99)
RunLites gloves were recently named the winner of the regional Small Business Association's InnovateHER 2016 Challenge.