It was another profitable quarter for the business-to-business and computer marketers tracked for Multichannel Merchant by Wellesley, MA-based investment
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
If only the U.S. Postal Service could use some of the marketing industry’s top talent to promote its pending rate case: Now with more sortation levels!
San Francisco-based private equity firm Golden Gate Capital Corp. is wasting no time in its quest to build a billion-dollar family of apparel companies.
Selling fine linens and tableware, Gracious Style aims to help consumers entertain with elegance and flair. The Los Angeles-based merchant graciously
With the fall mailing season under way, paper prices appear to be holding steady a relief for catalogers after a series of increases earlier this year.
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
The Mailers Council, an Arlington, VA-based coalition of mailers and mailing associations, in late August released a research paper detailing the benefits
As the House and the Senate mull the merits of enacting postal reform, it appears that 11th-hour lobbying efforts brought by private-sector package delivery firms over parcel rates could threaten postal reform, according to Jerry Cerasale, senior vice president of government affairs for the Direct Marketing Association in Washington.
Lake Champlain Chocolates in October is moving its packaging, warehousing, and shipping divisions into a building down the street from its Burlington, VT, headquarters. Not only is the new 47,000 sq. ft.- location more than double the size of its old distribution center, it’s also a whole lot greener.