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2017 Holiday outlook: Stronger consumer spending ahead

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Due to encouraging economic factors, holiday retail sales will likely experience gains upward of 4 percent this year, registering a solid overall increase. But much of the increase will occur in nontraditional retail categories, such as home improvement and experiential gifts.

RSM industry insiders, Carol Lapidus, consumer products industry practice leader, and John Nicolopoulos, retail sector leader, provide insight into this year’s holiday season predictions and what it means for middle market retailers.



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Carol C. Lapidus 
National Practice Leader
212.372.1272

John Nicolopoulos 
National Retail and Restaurant Sector Leader
617.241.1299


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