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In continuing its international expansion plans, apparel, sporting gear, and home goods cataloger L.L. Bean has its sights set north of the border.
With a postal rate increase on the horizon, you might expect catalogers to be agonizing over their mailing plans and slashing circulation. But so far,
The Internet, which many thought would kill off the home-party channel, actually deserves some credit for saving the industry. E-commerce solutions offer
Much as the Internet was expected to cause the demise of the print catalog, about five years ago many were predicting that the Web would be the death
Shari Fitzpatrick, who founded Sacramento, CA-based cataloger/retailer Shari’s Berries in 1989, launched another online store, the Berry Factory, in November.
Epsilon, a business unit of Alliance Data Systems Corp., reached an agreement to purchase Lafayette, CO-based co-op database services provider Abacus, a division of DoubleClick, Inc., in an $435 million cash deal that is expected to close in the first quarter of 2007.
Shari Fitzpatrick’s empire of chocolate-covered berries has grown. Sort of. Fitzpatrick, who founded Sacramento, CA-based cataloger/retailer Shari’s Berries in 1989, launched another online store, the Berry Factory, in November.
A provision of the postal reform bill passed by Congress overnight Dec. 9 calls for delivery standards and performance measurement to be extended to large mailers.
Tahitian Noni has been a direct seller of juices and other health and wellness products for 10 years, relying on home parties as its principal sales channel. But the company has now expanded into another direct channel: print catalogs.
Just a year after launching the catalogs, The Home Depot has ceased mailing its upscale furnishings book 10 Crescent Lane and lighting catalog Paces Trading