Tag: Supply Chain

Back to School Forecast, Record Imports, Home Down Y/Y

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Topics Covered: Back to School projected up 16% by Deloitte Glossier raises $80 million with omnichannel focus Restaurant & Dept. Store sales outperform in June while Home Furnishings down for first time Container port volumes set all time record Target outperforming while Amazon adds nearly $700 billion Upcoming Digital IPOs: Marketplaces, DTC brands, Supply Chain Democratization […]

Online Grocery: CPG Outlook, DoorDash Goes Direct, Robomart

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Topics Covered: General Mills outlook for at-home food demand post-COVID PF Changs take-out model representative of greater competition for grocers Robomart testing novel delivery/assortment model Meal kits outpacing eGrocery in ‘21 DoorDash goes direct with Beyond Meat Outlook for cashierless tech adoption

Social Commerce Case Study, Faster PickUp Speed, Personalization ROI

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Topics Covered:Case study in testing social commerceNew forecasts for digital sales growthTop-line impact to personalization/loyalty initiativesNew curbside pickup speedDelivery surcharges are the new normal for FedexNon-marketplace model testsShopify attracting more developers to build flexibility into storefronts

Final Take on Prime Day 2021

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Topics Covered: Stratably’s final take on Prime Day 2021 Sales and share estimates Advertising analysis Social channel changes Comparison table for ’19, ’20, and ’21 FFP, audio, FC build-out, media, and cashier-less expansion…    

Online Grocery: Instant Delivery Analysis

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The Instant Grocery Debate The market for online grocery dominance is increasingly seeing “Instant” or “On-Demand” eCommerce models enter the market, most of which were started in Europe.  Companies like Gorillas, Jokr, and Flink are pushing the limits on delivery speed.  These companies are mostly testing the model in NYC, the densest city and therefore the ideal situation to […]