Shoppers are quickly moving to mobile commerce, or mcommerce, with more than 50 percent of U.S. consumers saying they plan to use smartphones or tablets to…
Browsing: February 2013 Issue
By Darcie King Ten years ago, it was rare for online wholesalers and retailers to have video on their websites, and those that did incorporate it…
Sumner Communications, Inc. launched GoliathFalls.com, a unique directory that showcases America’s locally owned independent businesses, thus bolstering the “Buy Local” movement that has been gaining momentum in recent years.
Heritage America by Morco, the retail arm of Morco Advertising Products, has made a business out of finding new ways to present everyday items, particularly thermometers.
Printed bumper stickers and tee shirts with with fill-in-the-blank areas that allow you to express your own opinion.
Beach and Nature Company makes handcrafted beach ornaments and kits for customers interested in making their own ornaments.
When added to gasoline or diesel fuel, Boost Fuel Saver increases fuel economy up to 10 percent or more.
SizeUp is a free business intelligence tool, created especially to help brick and mortar shop owners assess and grow their businesses.
Star Bay has over 500 items on display in its showroom, and its styles typically retail for up to three times wholesale price.
Sherman Tao came to the U.S. from China to attend school, and on his journey it was impossible for him to ignore the sheer volume of tourists and travelers. With 45 million people on the road and in the air, Tao saw a business opportunity in the luggage industry, and launched E-Z Luggage in 1998.