Understanding Teachers During the Back-To-School Season 10/17/2016
The back-to-school shopping season accounts for 35% of yearly office supply dollar sales. Explore teachers’ shopping dynamics, including how and when they restock their classrooms. Find out what they spend throughout the year and in which channels they spend more – it’s all in this video featuring Leen Nsouli, Industry Analyst.
- 70% of teachers say that they shop during the back-to-school season.
- 50% of teachers say they shop for back-to-school items from January through March to restock their classroom.
- 40% of teachers use a wish list to ask consumers for certain products that they wish to have in their classroom.
- Teachers spend around $500 per year restocking their classroom.
- 30% of teachers shop for back-to-school items across channels.
- The items on school supply lists differ by region. Understanding these variations will help retailers and suppliers better merchandise.
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