The latest online shopping news is in, and let’s just say it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.
According to Adobe Analytics’ latest Digital Economy Index Report, eCommerce shoppers purchased $82.5 billion worth of products in May, which is more than they bought online during the entire 2019 holiday shopping season. Meanwhile, a leading logistics analyst recently observed that UPS, Fed Ex, and the USPS are as busy
If your house needed a new roof, would you replace it yourself? I’m guessing you wouldn’t – because you’re a marketer, not a roofing expert.
So why are you still handling your company’s literature distribution in-house?
Have you moved lately? Join the club. More than 30 million Americans change residences every year.
eRetailers don’t change eCommerce fulfillment partners quite so often, but many such relationships are surprisingly short-lived.
Some companies think they face unusually rigorous fulfillment challenges. Others, like nutraceutical firms, truly do.
As evidence, consider these seven essential ingredients that we often see in most nutraceutical fulfillment RFPs – along with our take on why.
The folks at Lincoln International recently published an interesting article about retail disruption since COVID-19. The whole piece is well worth a read. But we’d like to share a few of its key takeaways here – the primary one being the need to ensure your fulfillment and logistics infrastructure is adequate to support sustained growth in eCommerce sales.
If you’re looking for 3PL eCommerce support in the Northeast, you’re not alone.
With concerns about the Coronavirus still going strong, online shopping has become a lifesaver for many consumers across the country, especially those who want to purchase non-essentials. As a result, Ecommerce sales are booming.
A few weeks ago, the Wall Street Journal and other news outlets reported that Amazon employees had been using proprietary data collected from some of the company’s third-party sellers to price, develop and launch Amazon products.
There are some books that we all enjoy reading. There are others that we have to read, whether we want to or not.
Retailers’ routing guides and vendor manuals definitely fit into that second category.
As we all continue to adjust to the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic, we’re finding new ways to work and connect with each other. For most of us, that means working from home, canceling events like trade shows, and foregoing most in-person contact.