It was a year of advancement and anxiety. More than 9,000 stores closed in 2019, according to Coresight Research. America’s shaky trade relationships with other countries created anxiety among retailers and consumers. Additionally, brands and retailers continued to shift their omnichannel strategies to bridge the online and offline shopping experiences — specifically when it came to mobile strategies, which shone in the fourth quarter. According to one study, smartphones accounted for 84% of the holiday season’s e-commerce growth. And there are no signs of a slowdown. As 2020 goes into full swing, experts weigh in on what mobile trends could lie ahead. Read more at Retail Dive.