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For an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer sat down with Jane Elfers, president and CEO of Children's Place Inc. (PLCE) - Get Report , the children's apparel retailer that's been disproving the notion that the mall is dead.
Elfers said that Children's Place has a four-pillar strategy that includes strong products. The company has mastered design, sourcing and merchandising. It also includes technology, which has increased margins through better inventory management and is now moving toward digital transformation.
The third pillar is alternate channels of distribution, where Children's Place has partnered with Amazon and wholesalers alike. Finally, there's international, where the company now has 168 outlets in 19 countries.
As for that digital transformation, in 2010 only 9% of sales were online. Last quarter, the number was 23%. Elfers said digital will power their growth for the next three to five years.
Elfers added that the mall is not dead if you offer the right products and value. Children's Place has seen sequentially improving foot traffic for seven quarters in a row. They're also in the sweet spot to attract millennial moms that are only just now forming households and reversing falling birth rates.
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