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Our roundtable participants were Chris Bradley, CEO of Cuddledown; Paal Gisholt, CEO of SmartPak; Guy van Rooyen, president of Donna Salyers Fabulous Furs; Susan Landay, president and CEO of Trainers Warehouse; Matt Glerum, president of TravelSmith Outfitters; Phyliss Mosca, president of Ulla Popken; Steve Voigt, CEO of King Arthur Flour Co.; Vicki Updike, president of Miles Kimball Co.; Margot Murphy Moore, CEO of 1-800-HOMEOPATHY; and Russ Gaitskill, president and CEO of Garnet Hill.
This article addresses the top-five survey responses by ecommerce shippers when they were asked,
QR codes are the ultimate shortcut, and that is what mobile consumers value most. One of the best shortcuts consumers had available until now is search, which, of course, costs marketers money to use.
Don Landis, vice president of postal affairs for catalog printer Arandell Corp., has seen it all in the mailing industry. At least until now. With the U.S. Postal Service filing a change in service standards to combat an oversized network and alter how First-Class Mail is delivered, Landis foresees a potentially chaotic future for the USPS
Many multichannel merchants have cut back on or even eliminated the mail channel in recent years because of the high costs associated with print. That’s
How could the cash-strapped U.S. Postal Service save at least $4.5 billion a year? By moving from door-to-door delivery to curbside delivery, according to a USPS Office of Inspector General self-initiated audit to review modes of delivery.
JACK POTTER RETIRED AS POSTMASTER GENERAL (PMG) OF THE U.S. POSTAL SERVICE ON DEC. 3, 2010. That same day, his deputy, Patrick Donahoe, became the head
Many of us have accountants either for ourselves or our businesses for a simple reason: Every year the tax rules change and we simply cannot afford to
What can shippers expect from the parcel carriers in 2011 and beyond? Many signs point to higher pricing for shippers, however, shippers can also expect
Ecommerce sales in Europe are projected to reach $257 billion in 2010. This is 35% of the world total, and marginally ahead of the $250 billion forecast for the U.S. But as many as one quarter of U.S.-based merchants still won