Customers are searching Amazon for brand-name items like “Allbirds sneakers” and “Away travel luggage,” and finding copycat products in their place.
Once again, Amazon is setting a breakneck pace for the retail industry.
Amazon announced its earnings results for the first quarter of 2019, shedding light on the progress for a series of strategic priorities.
Brands that have developed savvy Amazon strategies are identifying a clearer path to success on Amazon.
As direct-to-consumer brands mature, the players in the ecosystem are changing too.
E-commerce companies are investing in bringing backend logistics in-house to improve customer experiences.
Untuckit and sustainable swimsuit brand Fair Harbor are collaborating on a line of swim shorts, which they started developing in August. For Untuckit the effort is a test a new apparel category, as well as its hand at manufacturing sustainable products.
Jeff Bezos shared his annual letter to shareholders on Thursday, and, as usual, it’s riddled with suggestions as to where Amazon will be throwing its weight next.
Naked Retail Group is taking a power-in-numbers approach to its store strategy.
Amazon has quietly built an army of exclusive brands.
As brands push for more direct sales and customer connection, the business model for middlemen has had to pivot as well.
Rothy’s is using data, customer feedback and social engagement to make inventory decisions and put its fast and sustainable supply chain in the spotlight.
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