2020 Commerce Opportunities to Know and Love
February 14, 2020
Love may be in the air for Valentine’s Day, but there’s a fair amount of money floating around for the holiday, too. Record spending is predicted by the National Retail Federation, which estimates that consumers will spend upwards of $27.4 billion on the holiday – up 21 percent from last year. Sentimental celebrants are likely to spend an average of $196.31 on gifts.
There’s a lot you can do to prep for holiday blast-offs – whether it’s Valentine’s Day, Groundhog Day, Halloween or the Christmas holidays that fuel your bottom line. But planning is required to lay a solid foundation. So use this 2020 calendar to identify peak holidays you can put on your radar and take advantage of tips to drive holiday performance.