Retailing is at the heart of Franklin’s future.
As the leader in the online retail space, it is a key part of the company’s strategy.
The retailing industry is expected to add $2.7 billion in annual revenue in 2020.
Franklin’s digital and ecommerce strategy is focused on making it easy for shoppers to buy from its online stores and its mobile apps.
It is also focusing on building a business around its online services, which is why it is expanding into more new categories such as e-commerce and healthcare.
Franklins first store opened in 2009 in the heart.
of Columbus, Ohio, where it is located.
It now has about 60 locations, including in Florida, Texas and New York.
Franklins chief digital officer, Robby Breslin, said the company is targeting millennials and people of all income levels.
“Franklin is the only retail company that I think can offer you a seamless online experience, and that’s an exciting challenge for us,” he said.
Breslin said the firm is also exploring new ways to attract younger shoppers to its online store.
“We’ve been really focused on building up our presence in the mobile space and our presence online,” he added.
“We are going to continue to do that, and we’re really focused in trying to build up our e-store presence.”
For now, Franklin’s online stores will only sell items from its main website.
It does not currently sell digital products like clothing, furniture, jewelry and home furnishings.
Bretsky said the online store will expand into new categories like apparel and shoes.
He said the new stores will have a presence in new locations across the country, with an emphasis on areas where consumers are looking for a more tailored experience.