Battle of the Brands: Winning the Online War / APRIL 2019

Insights Webcast

DOWNLOAD our on-demand webcast recording featuring Ben Fairclough, Head of Brand Performance at ChannelSight and Chris Perry, VP, Global Education at Edge by Ascential™ discussing the challenges facing CPG brands and how they can compete innovatively in the age of ecommerce.

Win at Ecommerce the L’Oréal Way

Insights Whitepaper

L’Oréal is leading the way in beauty product ecommerce with year after year of explosive online sales growth due to creative handling of online sales channel partnerships and the active use of digital measurement to monitor trends and evaluate the impact of changes in product page content on the user experience.

Amazon Monthly Briefing | Latest Moves in Healthcare and More

Insights Webcast

In this month’s Amazon Monthly Briefing, we discussed some of the tactics required to navigate Amazon’s rapidly shifting marketplace strategy, recapped the key developments from the ecommerce giant and shared our predictions for what’s next.

Renovate Your Ecommerce Presence Today

Insights Webcast

In this webcast, we partnered with ChannelSight to explore the rise of the Home and DIY sector and the opportunities available to brands in this digitally-native world. 

Online Grocery Snapshots

Insights Ecommerce Category Snapshots

Download our Online Grocery Snapshots to learn the Amazon market share and price and promo trends for Tea, Coffee, Snacks and many more leading online grocery categories over the holiday season!

Retail Advisory Blog: Retail Trends We are Watching in 2019 - Part 2

Blog March 11, 2019

The year 2019 will be the year we see many more private brand launches, acquisitions and partnerships –– also, it will be the year when many categories flip in favor of the digital exclusive, private brand and private labels across Amazon, Walmart, Target, Costco, etc., as everyone works to differentiate their portfolios and offerings.

Keep Calm, and Amazon On

Blog March 11, 2019

This past week, Amazon abruptly cut off thousands of vendors, encouraging them to set up as 3rd party sellers on the Amazon Marketplace. The unexpected arrival of the emails set off a wave a panic through the industry. What was happening? How deep would the cuts go? Was this the end of vendor central for all vendors of all sizes?