Last week United Parcel Service Inc. (UPS) announced new holiday-season surcharges on packages delivered during peak times.
Browsing: July 2017 Issue
Every business needs money at some point, it’s really just a matter of when. You might need to pull through a slow season, expand products and services, or launch a new digital marketing campaign.
The past several decades have brought tremendous change to the world of advertising. The Internet — and particularly, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat — have increased both the potential audience that a retailer can reach, but also its potential liability for advertising missteps.
According to a recent study by Accenture, there are four different business models that are shaping the future of digital commerce.
Sunshine Joy has distributed good vibe gifts and hippie lifestyle products since 1987, says founder Greg Burbank.
Snapchat is a social media platform that allows users to send temporary images and videos to friends or share on their own personal “story.”
BULQtm entered the liquidation space in 2015, but it’s far from new to the industry.
Urban Expositions strikes again. The tradeshow powerhouse returns to Sin City to host the Las Vegas Souvenir & Resort Gift Show September 13th – 16th at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Although artificial intelligence (AI) sounds a little out of this world, this futuristic technology is already helping customers and retailers in the here and now, with expansion predicted for the years ahead.
Influencer marketing is an industry buzzword this year, and for good reason. This Millennial and Gen Z-friendly marketing strategy is accessible and scalable for just about any retailer.