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Retail Gets Real

Retail Gets Real

NRF's new podcast features unfiltered, insightful conversations with the industry’s most interesting people.
RISE Up
RISE Up: Building
the next generation of retail talent
Public Policy

7 Reasons the Border Adjustment Tax is BAD

The BAT would kill jobs and cost the average American family $1,700 a year.
Store Operations
Walmart in China

Episode 1 of Retail Gets Real: Walmart’s Maggie Sans shares what she’s learned from her international role with the world’s largest retailer. 

Small Business
Episode 2 of Retail Gets Real: D.C. food entrepreneur has a passion for craftsmanship, community.
Consumer Trends
Gen Z Shoppers

Episode 3 of Retail Gets Real: NRF’s Mark Mathews on understanding young consumers through research and data.

Press Release

National Retail Federation Announces Shop.org 2017

Rebranded conference delivers insights into the future of digital retail.

Press Release

Retired NFL quarterback and former D.C. police chief to headline NRF PROTECT 2017

Peyton Manning and Cathy Lanier to keynote loss prevention conference.
Small Business
Three entrepreneurs who didn’t let age define their dreams of opening a retail business.

Press Release

Graduation Spending to Reach Record-High $5.6 Billion

More consumers will be buying gifts for graduates this year
Careers
Teenagers are increasingly opting out of part-time jobs — but research shows that first jobs matter.

Press Release

Retailers Ask Congress Not to Shift Tax Burden to Consumers

Congress should reject a proposed $1 trillion border adjustment tax
Public Policy
Public Policy
NRF launches latest T. V. ads in campaign against the misguided “border adjustment” tax.
Public Policy
Four retailers on why swipe fee reform matters.
Public Policy
Swipe fee repeal

House Financial Services Committee plans to hold a hearing on legislation that would repeal debit card swipe fee reform that has saved merchants and their customers billions over the past five years.

Press Release

Retailers Welcome New Online Sales Tax Push, Say Congress Has 'Stalled for Far Too Long'

Two long-delayed online sales tax bills have been reintroduced.