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Four prominent trade groups, including the American Catalog Mailers Association and the Direct Marketing Association, today announced the formation of a coalition titled TruST (True Simplification of Taxation) to fight pending Internet sales tax …
For intimate apparel merchant Bare Necessities, spin-off titles have been a successful venture. Bare Necessities launched BarePlus by Bare Necessities at BarePlus.com in February with a big public relations blitz.
Selling products or services through multiple channels – whether it includes web, in-store, phone, affiliate, or catalog – can be highly lucrative for merchants. It can also cause a lot of headaches, and if not managed properly, can lead to inefficiencies, angry customers, and even lost revenue.
Here are four tips for effective multichannel selling.
The Marketplace Equity Act would repeal the 1992 Supreme Court decision, Quill Corp. vs. North Dakota, which said states are not allowed to require out-of-state companies to collect sales taxes unless that company has a physical presence, such as a store or warehouse, in the state.
When it comes to traditional business-to-business catalogs things can get boring. It’s generally pages and pages filled with products, prices and a few images of putting those products to use. Generally most business-to-business sellers take the simple and safe approach, but there is one company, New Pig, that refuses to stay inside the lines.
The 13th Annual MeritDirect Business Mailers’ Co-op and Interactive Marketing Conference was held July 11-13 in White Plains, NY. The event was a hotbed for Twitter activity. Here’s what tweeters had to talk about at the co-op:
Private equity firm Brentwood Associates has acquired a majority stake in women’s apparel and accessories, jewelry, and home furnishings seller Sundance Catalog from ACI Capital, Webster Capital and Sundance catalog founder Robert Redford, who will retain minority stakes in the 23-year-old company.
As CEOs, our job is to manage the risks and the potential rewards for our organizations. It is what our stakeholders require of us. We have the power to prevent another significant rate shock, and all the destruction it will bring. No one will do it for us.
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