July 10, 2015

Week in Review: Prime Day is Coming, Prime Day is Coming!

The biggest news this week was probably Amazon’s announcement that they would launch Prime Day, its own selling holiday. July 15 (which is Prime Day, and the eve of its 20th anniversary) will be Amazon’s version of Alibaba’s Singles Day celebration, …


In Ecommerce, Executive


January 20, 2015

Welcome Back, JCPenney Catalog

Welcome back, JCPenney catalog. A part of all our direct-to-customer retail lives is coming back, according to a report in Wall Street Journal.

According to WSJ, the 120-page book will feature items from JCPenney’s home department and will be …


In Blog, Catalog

Omnichannel, omnichannel fulfillment, omnichannel retail, omnichannel operations, ecommerce, retail ecommerce, Amazon,

December 17, 2014

Breathing Life Back into Your Omnichannel Strategy

If you’ve ever tried to park at the mall come holiday time, you know that despite the soaring popularity of ecommerce, many people still opt to visit stores in person. Both brick-and-mortar and online retail experiences have their advantages, …


In Blog, Omnichannel


June 10, 2014

How to Avoid Cart Abandonment and Win Back Shoppers

It’s no surprise the online shopping ecosystem has exploded in recent years. Quarterly earnings reports from some of the most popular brands indicate steady online sales growth versus brick-and-mortar sales.

A new report from Forrester Research forecasts online sales …


In Ecommerce, Must Reads

free shipping, ecommerce fulfillment, Pitney Bowes, same-day delivery, consumer survey, holiday shopping season, 2015 holiday shopping

April 22, 2015

Keeping Holiday Promotions Alive During the Summer

Black Friday is a phenomenon that has woven its way into the very fabric of popular culture, but the traditional industry notion that red ink on your balance sheet has to wait until the end of November to turn black …


In Blog, Ecommerce

L.L. Bean, ecommerce, catalog, ecommerce catalog, Leon A. Gorman, ecommerce pioneer

September 4, 2015

L.L. Bean Ecommerce Pioneer Leon A. Gorman Dies at 80

Leon A. Gorman, chairman emeritus of L.L. Bean who ran the company his grandfather founded for 30 years and was primarily responsible for its growth into an outdoor catalog and ecommerce juggernaut, died Thursday at his home in Yarmouth, ME …


In Catalog, Ecommerce


August 11, 2015

Maintaining Your Sanity in the Global Commerce Game

The growth and consumers’ growing reliance on the Internet has created a vast amount of opportunity for retailers – and a fair volume of challenges, too. Thanks to instant connectivity, retailers are now able to appeal to a grander audience locally …


In cross-border, Global


February 19, 2015

What Would eTail West be like #IfThe80sNeverStopped?

PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (Catalog Age) – Never gonna give you up; Never gonna let you down;
Never gonna run around and desert you;
Never gonna make you cry; Never gonna say goodbye;
Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you…

Okay, …


In Blog


July 22, 2015

Limited Too Brand Making a Comeback

NEW YORK, July 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – Bluestar Alliance LLC, a brand management company, announced today it has acquired the LIMITED TOO brand trademarks.
“Limited Too is a girl’s market leader with a solid foundation of brand loyalty,” said Ralph Gindi, COO …


In Ecommerce, Marketing

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