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Hopping into the bed market  Jun 01, 1999 9:30 PM By Brian Santo

It’s an obvious jump from selling a $599 down comforter to selling a $12,463 hand-built Tudor bed. At least it was for Freeport, ME-based Cuddledown of

The 10 BEST Cost-Cutting Ideas of All Time  Jun 01, 1999 9:30 PM By Mark Del Franco

In the catalog business, shrinking margins and increased competition can eat into profits, so every penny counts. Whether it’s shaving a few bucks off

Magazine publisher grows a Sterling catalog  Jun 01, 1999 9:30 PM By MCM staff

‘People buy decorating magazines because they are getting ready to redecorate or remodel, and at that point, they are looking to buy,” says Don L. Nichol,

The 10 BEST Internet Marketing Concepts  Jun 01, 1999 9:30 PM By Sherry Chiger

As the editor of CATALOG AGE’S quarterly I.MERCHANT supplement (and as someone who sees little need to leave the house now that I have Internet access),

The 10 BEST Production Breakthroughs  Jun 01, 1999 9:30 PM By Shannon Oberndorf

We’ve come a long way, baby, in production technology. Sure, the printing press helped create the catalog industry as we know it, but advancements in

new catalogs  Jun 01, 1999 9:30 PM By Robert Spiegel

Peerless Family Album of Coffee Competition in the specialty coffee catalog market is hot, but that hasn’t stopped Peerless Coffee from tapping the niche.

Getting together on sizing  Jun 01, 1999 9:30 PM By Staci D. Kramer

For most women’s apparel catalogers, fit problems are the primary reason for product returns-a size-8 dress from manufacturer A doesn’t necessarily conform

Fire rips through Christmas supplies mailer  Jun 01, 1999 9:30 PM By Paul Miller

Kelco Industries, a $5.5 million manufacturer/cataloger of Christmas goods, suffered up to $2.3 million in damages following a fire that ripped through

Buy American with new catalog  May 01, 1999 9:30 PM By Moira Pascale

Americans aren’t the only consumers to value a “made in the USA” label on their products. Lenexa, KS-based Smith-Dale, a wholesaler of U.S.-made handcrafted

Tariff troubles  May 01, 1999 9:30 PM By Shannon Oberndorf

What do cut flowers, cashmere, and candles have in common? All of them could cost catalogers a lot more to import from Europe.In March, the U.S. government






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