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July 21, 2014




TruST Urges Senate Not to Attach “Flawed” MFA to ITFA

The True Simplification of Taxation (TruST) Coalition has written a letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell urging the U.S. Senate to not attach the “controversial and flawed” Marketplace Fairness Act to the …

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In Executive, Must Reads

Canada, Canada Post, Canadian market, Canadian retail market, marketing, marketing in Canada, cross-border ecommerce, cross-border selling, webinar

January 21, 2015




Brand Loyalty, Trust Keys to Canadian Consumers

Canadian consumers are more brand loyal than their U.S. counterparts, but connecting with them involves more relationship-building and trust, according to a Canada Post executive.

“Canadians do a lot more research before buying, and they don’t like to …

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In Campaign, Catalog

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January 19, 2015




Webrooming and Mobile Showrooming in 2015

The holiday shopping season has settled, but the challenge is far from over for retailers as 2014 comes to a close and new trends in the way customers shop continue to take shape in 2015. Even while mobile shopping continues to grain …

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January 20, 2015




15 Tactics Great Amazon Sellers Live By

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15 Tactics Great Amazon Sellers Live By
With over 2 million sellers listing on Amazon*, it’s no secret that it’s one of the most competitive marketplaces around. But it’s also no secret that Amazon, when done …

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September 26, 2013




TruST Outlines Potential Cost of Marketplace Fairness Act

Despite one coalition’s concerns that the Marketplace Fairness Act will put small direct-to-customer merchants out of business, at least one industry expert claims the impact on those merchants is over exaggerated.

Ernie Schell, director of Marketing Systems Analysis, wrote …

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In Cross Channel, Ecommerce

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September 20, 2013




Marketplace Fairness Act Needs to be Streamlined

For remote-selling companies sales tax is a sustainable advantage, and local businesses and national retailers have been lobbying against it for years.

In the 1990’s, the Supreme Court opened the door for change but Congress hasn’t moved on it.  …

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In General & Administration, Tax & Regulations

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September 20, 2013




TruST Seeks Catalog Shoppers Input on Marketplace Fairness Act

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The True Simplification of Taxation, also known as TruST, is asking millions of catalog shoppers to let the House Judiciary Committee know how the passing of the Marketplace Fairness Act …

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In Catalog, Ecommerce

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September 18, 2013




Small Retailers Address Need for Marketplace Fairness Act

The National Retail Federation has released a short video featuring small retailers from across the country expressing the online disparity between Main Street retailers and internet retailers, along with the “urgent” need for Congress to address the Marketplace Fairness Act.

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In Ecommerce, Payment

Target, Target Canada, ecommerce, store closings, Canadian retail market, Zellers

January 15, 2015




Target to Close All 133 Stores in Canada

Ending a failed experiment that began in March 2013, Target announced it was closing all 133 of its Canadian stores by the end of 2015, with plans to liquidate its assets. Walmart Canada has been mentioned as a possible acquirer of the assets …

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In News, Omnichannel

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January 15, 2015




Email Marketing Compliance is Ever Changing

The privacy and compliance landscape is ever-changing as lawmakers need to stay ahead of spammers who are at most a security threat and at least annoying and responsible for giving email senders a bad rap. In honor of the eighth …

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In Blog, Email

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