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Seventy percent of respondents to a survey from Decision Direct Research, a division of Peterborough, NH-based Millard Group, said that their online holiday shopping experiences met expectations. But half of the respondents declared themselves disappointed with the lack of unique merchandise available online.
After what senior director of catalog marketing Eric Bright calls several tough years, Salt Lake City, UT-based productivity tools merchant Franklin Covey
Then: Founded as a wholesaler/retailer in Kansas City, MO, in 1989, Three Dog Bakery mailed its first 16-page catalog of dog treats in June 1995. It was
L.L. Bean announced this week that it plans to open its first Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania stores as it continues its brick-and-mortar expansion.
On Feb. 9 the Senate voted to pass postal reform bill S.662. Passed by
Off-price general merchant SmartBargains.com has found a relatively effortless way to gain 10,000 new customers a year: participating with online shopping mall Shop.com.
Although its U.S. spokespeople declined comment, Paris-based retailer Pinault-Printemps-Redoute (PPR) is said to be interested in adding to its line of catalogs for its Redcats USA division.
Just one week after the Postal Board of Governors proclaimed its opposition to reform bill S.662, word around Washington is that the Senate will likely pass the bill by Friday. But it could still take months for the bill to become law–not that that
At a time when many direct marketers are expanding into retail, Portland, OR-based Norm Thompson Outfitters is backing out of the channel. The multititle
Catalog then: A spinoff of Asia for Kids, published by Cincinnati-based Master Communications, Culture for Kids debuted in October 2002. The catalog of