There’s not much channel purity among direct-to-consumer brands anymore, unless you look at Glossier.
New direct-to-consumer brands are moving on from millennials and targeting baby boomers instead.
The principal at seed-stage venture fund Lerer Hippeau says DTC brands should be prepared to pitch her on their strategies for selling on Amazon.
Target is bringing digitally native Instagram brands to life in its aisles through a series of behind-the-scenes deals.
Grayson, a direct-to-consumer women's button-up brand, is launching on Thursday with a different go-to-market strategy than many other DTC brands.
Allbirds is hosting a SiriusXM radio show focusing on how to build sustainable companies.
Affirm's loan system -- understand what interest you have to pay upfront, no late fees, no compound interest -- has broad implications for retail.
Edible Arrangements is embarking on a digital makeover to grow customer relationships and drive traffic to stores.
Mike Duda, the managing partner at Bullish Inc., isn’t backing down on direct-to-consumer brands.
Seventy-three percent of shoppers now use multiple channels to research and shop before making a purchase. And 90 percent expect consistent interactions across all of those channels.
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