Mon.Jun 20, 2022

410: How To Start A 7 Figure Clothing Brand From Scratch With Raphael Schneider

My Wife Quit Her Job

Today, I have my friend Raphael Schneider on the show and he runs a successful men’s clothing brand.

How to Start a Subscription Business that Works

Ecommerce Platforms

From Birchbox to Dollar Shave Club, and Kiwi Crate to Netflix, we seem to live in a world of subscriptions, whether it be for software, movies, clothing, food, or whatever else you don't mind paying for with a monthly subscription.


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Retail in the Metaverse

Retail Touch

The world has entered the next frontier of a commerce technological revolution. Move over real life; the metaverse is here. Welcome to the Metaverse.

VIVA TECH 2022: From The Metaverse Hype To Green Tech Solutions

Forrester Digital Transformation

Paris was the center of innovation and technology last week. The 2022 edition of Viva Tech in Paris was a great success with more than 90,000 in-person visitors and 300,000 digital connections.

Do You Have an Immediate Need for Skilled Offshore Staffing?

Using talent from overseas is creating new challenges for managers. Here’s a closer look at common offshoring complications for HR managers and best practices for overcoming them. Download this comprehensive guide, "Overcoming Human Resource Management Challenges in Offshoring Teams," to learn more!

Too Much Of A Goods Thing: Retailers Are Drowning In Inventory

Steve Dennis

Target is the latest retailer to reveal that it bought too much stuff and will need to take aggressive action to get its inventory levels back in line. These moves will include cancelling orders and hitting a lot of products with the old markdown gun.

Is Becoming an Amazon Seller Worth It — and Should You?

Inflow Insights

In 2021, Amazon surpassed Walmart to officially become the largest retailer in the world outside of China. Thanks in part to the pandemic, Amazon now accounts for 41% of the U.S. eCommerce market , while its nearest competitor — Walmart — has only a measly 6.6% market share.

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Is the sales tech party over?

Forrester Digital Transformation

Back to the roaring 20’s It wasn’t supposed to be like this. Early in 2021 the media was filled with talk that we would see a return to the roaring 20’s, those golden years of economic prosperity before the first great Wall St. crash in 1929.

Starbucks makes a change in its North American leadership

Retail Wire

Starbucks’ North American president, Rossann Williams, is leaving after declining to take another position within the company. She is being replaced by Sara Trilling, president of the coffee giant’s Asia Pacific business.

The top visualization tools — according to funnel

With so many choices available to marketers today, how does someone go about determining the top visualization tools

Amazon faces challenges staffing its warehouses

Retail Wire

A leaked memo reveals that the company has a staffing issue at its warehouses and contends that, if it fails to make changes to the way it operates, it “will deplete the available labor supply in the U.S. network by 2024.”

Management Techniques for Offshore Employees

This whitepaper looks at the changes and challenges that stem from remote hiring and current HR trends that address them. Download this comprehensive guide to learn more!

Ecommerce Solutions for the Unique Challenges of B2B Buyers

Digital Doughnut

There are many facets to the buying process that are unique to B2B. Unlike B2C, where I am an individual buying products for myself or for a friend and possibly shipping it to one location. B2B, Ecommerce, Technology

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Rare wine investment scheme brings lawsuits

Retail Wire

At least 150 people put more than $13 million into what they thought was an investment deal that would bring big returns on the sale of rare wines and whiskeys. Lawsuits now allege that it was all an elaborate scam. in-article

Is an Event App Live Mobile Experience Worth the Hype?

Digital Doughnut

Event mobile apps have become a trend with social media and internet users staying live most of the day through their phones. Many software development companies are offering to develop apps for these live events. Let’s first understand what is an event app? Technology

Brewpubs serve coffee by morning and beer by night

Retail Wire

Biggerstaff Brewing Co. planned to use coffee as an ingredient in some of its brews. Its owners then decided that maybe there was a bigger opportunity, so the business began serving coffee early in the morning when people aren’t drinking beer. “If If you’re paying rent, why not have something in-house that makes money during the day, not just at night like most brewpubs?” said Sarah Davies, co-owner of the brew pub. in-article

Why Offshoring is Better than Outsourcing

Offshoring and outsourcing are not interchangeable, as they differ in purpose depending on what drives the need behind the hiring decision. In this whitepaper, we clarify what offshoring and outsourcing are, along with the unique use cases they address.

Fashion labels buy into Meta’s marketplace

Retail Wire

Meta’s new digital fashion marketplace will have avatars that wear items from the portfolios of Balenciaga, Prada and Thom Browne. When Meta tweeted, we were instantly into it,” said Balenciaga CEO Cédric Charbit. Web3 and Meta are bringing unprecedented opportunities for Balenciaga, our audience and our products, opening up new territories for luxury.”. in-article

Young college grads are pro-union

Retail Wire

Jaz Brisack went from the University of Mississippi to Oxford, England on a Rhodes scholarship. She then directed her energies to landing a job at a Starbucks in Buffalo and convincing fellow baristas that their interests would be better served by union representation. Brisack is not an outlier in her generation when it comes to attitudes about unions. Approval of unions among college graduates grew to 70 percent last year, up from 55 percent in the late 1990s. in-article

Apple store in Maryland is first to vote ‘yes’ to join union

Retail Wire

Associates at an Apple store in Towson, MD, voted 65 to 33 to join the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers. The vote makes the store the first in Apple’s portfolio to have workers represented by a union. in-article

All eyes on West Coast ports’ talks with labor

Retail Wire

Talks between management at the 29 ports along the West Coast and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union are ongoing, with importers hoping a timely deal can be struck to avoid any further disruptions to the supply chain. “I’m I’m extremely nervous. I’ve seen this movie before,” said Isaac Larian, CEO of the toy manufacturer MGA Entertainment. There’s no real alternative to using these ports. I’m praying twice a day, rather than once.”. in-article

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7 Secrets of Effective Management for Remote Employees and Teams

In this white paper, we will review in more detail the challenges that virtual team managers face as remote work accelerates, and how companies are successfully overcoming these challenges with creative problem-solving.