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Telsey Advisory Group (TAG) is a leading research, trading, banking, and consulting brokerage firm focused on the consumer sector.

With our long-standing history of evaluating and assessing the consumer market, TAG provides our clients the detailed analysis and market context that is necessary to make strategic and investment decisions. Our focus sectors include: apparel, footwear, media, gaming, lodging, restaurants, and retail. Our comprehensive view of the consumer and full-service capabilities meet the broad needs of our clients.

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Downtown Future Series

  • 03/08/17
  • Chicago Loop Alliance

Dana Telsey will be the keynote speaker at the Downtown Future Series, sponsored by the Chicago Loop Alliance. The event will be on Wednesday, March 8, 2017, from 7:30 to 9:00 am at the Chicago Merchandise Mart and is open to the public. Ms. Telsey will lead a conversation on...


Washington Association of Money Managers

  • 03/01/17
  • WAMM

Dana Telsey will be the guest speaker at the Washington Association of Money Managers on Wednesday, March 1, 2017. The event will be held at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. and is open to the public. Her presentation, “Retail Roundup,” will address the major retail trends for 2017...


Telsey: A Macy's takeover is 'more real than not'

  • 02/06/17
  • CNBC

Dana Telsey, Telsey Advisory CEO, weighs in on Macy's amid reports of a potential deal with Hudson's Bay. To view the video, please click on the following link:


Retail CEO Summit: Reimagine Retail

  • 02/02/17
  • YPO Retail Network

Dana Telsey will be speaking at the Retail CEO Summit: Reimagine Retail, in Seattle on Thursday, February 2, 2017. Her presentation will cover "Retail Trends in 2017". The Summit event is sponsored by the YPO Retail Network.


KR Stock: How Does Kroger Stack Up?

  • 01/18/17
  • USA News

For consumers, food deflation is a wonderful thing. Cheaper food means less spent at the grocery store. With falling food costs, competitors will drop food prices, which forces Kroger to follow suit. The lower prices sap total sales, even if sales volume rises, says Telsey Advisory Group analyst Joe Feldman....


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