May 1, 2004




the cybercritic

As you might imagine, the Cybercritic is a highly sought-after speaker on the Internet marketing circuit. And with Web selling — and online marketing conferences, seminars, and sessions — here to stay, my presentation tools and I have been working overtime. So …

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May 1, 2004




listings

NEW LISTS
OFFICEMAX DIRECT BUYERS
More than 1.1 million business owners, purchasing agents, office managers, and consumers have purchased from the OfficeMax catalog or Website during the past 12 months. A cataloger/retailer of office supplies, OfficeMax sells office furniture, computers and …

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May 1, 2004




When Spiegel Met Godot

If you relied solely on the consumer media, you’d think that Spiegel’s woes stem primarily from its failure to get rid of its archaic “big book.” Indeed, even in our pages over the years (as evidenced in our cover story “…

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May 1, 2004




people news

Chicago-based facilities maintenance supplies cataloger Granger has promoted Kevin Peters from vice president, inventory management to vice president, supply chain operations. Peters will oversee the company’s product availability and logistics network. Vince Lima was promoted from director of transportation to …

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May 1, 2004




Wasserstein Bullish on Bear Creek

For months the rumor mill was busy with tales of an impending sale of Bear Creek Corp., parent company of food gifts cataloger/retailer Harry and David and horticulture mailer Jackson & Perkins. Through it all, Bear Creek’s parent, Yamanouchi Pharmaceutical …

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May 1, 2004




Eco Group to Launch Catalog Blacklist

ForestEthics isn’t afraid to name names. The San Francisco-based environmental advocacy organization is threatening to go public with a “blacklist” of catalogers that it feels are practicing harmful eco practices.
The group slammed several multimillion-dollar catalogers, including Lands’ End, J….

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May 1, 2004




What’s New in RFID

From retail mandates to agile readers, this year’s hottest tech topic is RFID technology and implementation. O+F asked seven experts in the field — three consultants and industry experts, and four manufacturers and integrators — for their take on the subject.

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April 20, 2004




USPS Launches Direct Mail Ad Campaign

In a forthcoming exclusive interview in Catalog Age: The Show Daily, outgoing Direct Marketing Association president/CEO Bob Wientzen, who will retire from the New York-based organization this summer, says he regrets never having the funds at DMA to do …

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April 1, 2004




An Inside Look at Open-to-Buy

ONE OF A CATALOGER’S LARGEST ASSETS is its inventory — but if not controlled, inventory can quickly become one of its largest liabilities in terms of cash flow and overstock. Although catalogers try to control inventory by planning and buying to …

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April 1, 2004




Making a Fine-Art Catalog Finer

The subject of this month’s critique is the 20-page Holiday 2003 catalog from The Greenwich Workshop, a Seymour, CT-based marketer of limited-edition prints and other fine-art items. Our reviewers: Jeff Haggin, president of Haggin Marketing, a catalog, direct marketing, and retail …

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