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How D2C Companies Can Move Successfully into Brand-Building

Just two and a half years after its launch, Brandless stopped taking orders and laid off over 70 staff. Once on track to disrupt the high-quality organic produce market that the likes of Whole Foods dominates, the company blames the crowded e-commerce market for its downfall. The disrupter became disrupted. Brandless is not the only Direct to Consumer (D2C) brand experiencing the negative effects of oversaturated markets. In the past, D2C brands relied heavily on Performance Marketing, with 98% of such brands believing that…

MarTech Interview with Hugh Fletcher, Global Head of Consultancy and Innovation at Wunderman Thompson Commerce

"B2B marketers must be more knowledgeable about their customers as they must target them as workers, decision-makers, and consumers" Could you tell us about your role and the team/technology you handle at your company? When it comes to the future of commerce, many organizations are just not thinking far enough ahead – they are too ‘heads-down’ thinking about this week’s, this month’s or maybe this year’s figures. But while they are ‘heads-down’, some major players in the market are very much ‘heads up’ – and are defining …

TechBytes with Lidiane Jones, SVP Product at Salesforce Commerce Cloud

Could you tell us how you identified the various online and offline channels for the report? At the broadest level, we wanted to look at physical and digital stores. We realized we needed to look at e-commerce more granularly though, and settled on three types of properties: Online marketplaces, like Amazon Retailers’ e-commerce properties, like Walmart.com Brands, themselves, like adidas.com, which are taking a greater share of wallet as direct-to-consumer (D2C) business models gain in popularity When we…