Most brands have trusted retailers carrying their products, whether a large big-box retailer or smaller eCommerce companies. However, when it comes time to expand your brand's reach and get your products into the hands of an even wider assortment of customers, where should you turn to?
For brands that have just begun to investigate drop shipping, it might seem like setting up a drop shipping operation takes a one-size-fits-all approach:
Partnership enables Educators Resource to display their full product catalog to an expanding retailer and marketplace network
SHELTON, CONN. - JUNE 16, 2020
Human progress is exponential: The sophistication of our industries and endeavors doesn’t increase by a fixed amount every year — it accelerates. For industry leaders, this is both a challenge and an opportunity; organizations that embrace change and stay on the forefront of this exponential growth can realize significant benefits.
Developing drop shipping capabilities offers serious benefits for your business, but it can still seem like a daunting task. Your business systems need to be hooked in, you have to manage your drop shipping relationships and getting involved with some of the largest marketplaces and retailers out there requires technical expertise.
The Kroger online general merchandising team is hosting an exclusive virtual summit for all its ecommerce vendors as a part of the Direct Ship Program.
Through the Connected Commerce NetworkTM, retailers, brands and now 3rd Party Logistics can connect to unlock numerous benefits
SHELTON, CONN. MAY 01, 2020
BRIDGING THE DATA GAP
EDI stands for Electronic Data Interchange. This data format pioneered structured data transmission (established in the late 1960’s) via computer, and many companies continue to utilize this method of data communication today. EDI provides a consistent and predictable way to transmit data between two computer systems.
Guest Blog from Omnisend
So many email marketers are far too focused on subscriber count that they unwittingly miss out on opportunities to generate more sales. While your subscriber base is undeniably crucial to the success of any email marketing campaign, a revenue-focused marketer would put as much effort into re-engaging customers as generating opt-ins.