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Maybe it’s due to the growing popularity of music downloads. Or maybe it’s because category killers such as Amazon.com and BN.com continue to gobble up
Merchandising is the accidental theme of this issue. Not only do we have Heather Retzlaff’s interviews with an eclectic assortment of merchandising pros
London–”Multipositional marketing” and “e-bops” may not be buzzwords yet. But if several of the speakers here at the European Catalogue and Mail Order Days have their way, they soon will be.
London–Online public relations isn’t simply a matter of devoting a section on your Website to press releases and the phone number of your PR contact–though that is a key, and often overlooked, tool.
London–N Brown Group is as traditional a catalog company as you can get. It has roughly 20 catalog titles, among them J D Williams, 50 Plus, and Simply Be, most of which target women 45-65 years old.
London–What does “The DaVinci Code” have in common with catalog creative? Plenty, according to Lois Boyle, president/chief creative officer for Mission, KS-based consultancy J. Schmid and Associates.
London–Although it was moderated by an American, one of the two opening sessions at the European Catalogue and Mail Order Days conference here offered a primer of sorts to multichannel marketing in the U.K.
There’s no time like the present for thinking about holiday presentsand your Web presence during the holidays. That was the underlying theme of a panel
Forget the lazy days of summer. Consumer catalogers in July were hard at work trying to entice shoppers by ramping up their promotions, judging by the
As the size of the average American home has been creeping upward over the years, so has the size of the 12-month active universe for the home catalogs