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Despite growth in its catalog and Internet division, manufacturer/marketer Blyth posted a third-quarter loss. But teen apparel and sports gear cataloger/retailer Delia’s narrowed its loss for the quarter
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.
(Chief Marketer) Before we even spoke with Cathy Fultineer, executive vice president, sales and marketing for Harry & David, we knew the answer to our first question.
Business-to-business marketing has become infinitely more complicated and less predictable in recent years. The intense cost-cutting measures and greater scrutiny that followed the 9/11 market setbacks mean companies of all sizes no longer purchase like they once did.
The experience I have had in meeting and working with several small- to medium-sized family run companies this year makes me question how objective they can be about their businesses.
Golden Gate Capital and Sun Capital on Nov. 13 agreed to buy $1.75 billion cataloger/retailer Eddie Bauer for $614 million
Outdoor sporting goods merchants Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s aren’t the only marketers creating destination superstores. Smith & Hawken, a cataloger/retailer
The end of the year is often a time for reflection. But rather than rehash the past, we decided to reflect on the future. Executives from a quartet of
It wasn’t too long ago that insert media were viewed as the red-headed stepsister of prospecting tools. Most catalogers considered package inserts and
The Oct. 31 announcement that printer R.R. Donnelley & Sons had agreed to acquire competitor Banta Corp. had some industry watchers unsure whether to