Mother’s Day Report Provides Key Insights to Help Retailers Win Greater Spring Sales

NEW YORK, April 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Criteo S.A. (NASDAQ: CRTO), the performance marketing technology company, today released a Mother’s Day 2017 report with key insights to help retailers prepare for the spring shopping season. Each year, children and spouses husbands increasingly turn to online shopping to shower moms with food, flowers, small appliances or even a bit of bling. Criteo’s report highlights the hot categories and products to pay attention to – jewelry sales increase 44%, while food basket sales rise an impressive 102% – and provides useful tips on how to maximize your advertising budget.

“According to the National Retail Federation, an average of $172.22 was spent on every mother for Mother’s Day in 2016, and one-third of that was in online sales,” said John Roswech, Executive Vice President, Brand Solutions, Criteo. “Retailers and brands that are armed with Criteo’s knowledge and expertise will be best prepared to capitalize on our love for the most important person in our lives and win Mother’s Day sales.”

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