Former Target.com president Steve Eastman has joined Polaris to lead the company’s parts, garments and accessories business, the snowmobile and ATV manufacturer announced Monday. According to Polaris CEO Scott Wine, “Our small vehicles and parts, garments...
MINNEAPOLIS — Target merchandising executive Casey Carl was given added responsibilities for the retailer’s online businesses, following a series of snafus related to an August relaunch that resulted in the departure of former online president Steve Eastman. Carl will serve as president of multichannel with responsibility for Target’s digital platforms including mobile, social and Target.com, while retaining his prior responsibilities as SVP merchandising for entertainment, toys, sporting goods and electronics. “We are firmly committed to implementing a multichannel strategy that enables our guests to engage with Target anywhere, anytime,” Target EVP merchandising Kathee Tesija said. “Under Casey’s leadership and
The new Target.com website went live last Tuesday just as Target News Now was hitting in-boxes with an item about the relaunch that began, “Just launch the new site already.” Well, now that the completely reengineered site is operational, it marks the company’s first step on an ambitious plan for multi-channel expansion, according to Target.com president Steve Eastman. “Establishing a new platform for Target.com allows Target to reinvent our guests’ online environment and create a more user-friendly, reliable experience,” Eastman said. “With the new Target.com, we are in a better position to satisfy our guests’ constantly evolving preferences –
MINNEAPOLIS — Target announced that it will once again offer its "Back in Black Friday" online-only sale on July 15. The sale will start around midnight (PST) and end at 11:59 p.m. at Target.com/BlackFriday. “Target is always looking at ways to provide our guests with outstanding value,” said Steve Eastman, president of Target.com. “Our Back in Black Friday online-only sale is a great example – offering our guests a summer Black Friday with thousands of deals on their favorite products.” According to the company, the Target.com sale will offer up to 50% off regular prices on must-have items across
Target, with 1,743 stores in 49 states, will announce "My TargetWeekly," a fully customizable version of its weekly ad. The ad now appears on Target.com, where it draws more than 1.2 million visitors weekly, and in Sunday newspapers, where it is seen by 100 million consumers each week.
Target Corp. said it will offer its first-ever “Back in Black Friday” online sale on July 23 as an effort to jump-start holiday shopping. According to the retailer, Target.com will feature "Daily Deals" on July 23, an online-only sale beginning at approximately 12:00 a.m. (PDT) and concluding at 11:59 p.m. (PDT).“At Target.com, we are committed to offering our guests tremendous value every day. With our first-ever Back in Black Friday, guests will find incredible bargains before the holiday season with the added convenience of online shopping," said Steve Eastman, president, Target.com.The online-only sale will offer an average of a