It's back to school time and that means shopping lists were in full effect the past few weeks to ensure you got all the necessary supplies. These lists are essential when it comes to planning and organizing for back to school shopping. According to the latest CheckOut issue focused on back to school, 62% of shoppers start planning their shopping at least a month in advance.
But how effective is it when you go in store? Sure, you have a list of what you need but do these lists help you navigate the store? Find your supplies within the section? The stresses of navigation and selection are real when it comes to back to school shopping. In fact, The CheckOut also reported that the top priority for 47% of shoppers is to spend the least amount of time shopping for back to school. Is there an opportunity for back to school shopping lists to be more helpful IN the store too? Can back to school learn from other list based shopping events?