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  According to eMarketer, Americans are poised to spend $586.92 billion in retail e-commerce in 2019, with a year-over-year growth rate of 14.0%. Ecommerce spending growth will be driven by a 2.6% gain in digital buyers (to 195.3 million) and an 11.1% gain in spending per buyer (to $3,005). “The data suggests that the US

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MediaMouth Network Podcast

The very successful Chubbies brand (most radical shorts known to mankind have arrived to take men out of the “Capri” age of shortswear) has truly evolved over time, with thoughtful strategy in growth and marketing.  Founder/CMO/CTO Tom Montgomery shares an inside look into the thinking, strategy, and ambition of Chubbies with Marc Raco and guest hosts Joe Yakuel

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General Assembly Interview with Kieran Luke

As a preview to the upcoming CommerceNext 2019 panel “The Ingredients of a Successful Marketing Team”, Kieran Luke (GA’s GM Credentials) and Brittney Kleinfelter (Marketing Director at CommerceNext) talked through marketing team design and the standard levels, assessments and courses set by General Assembly’s Standards Board. General Assembly (GA) put together a standards board of

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Attribution is one of marketing’s biggest headaches. It’s also an absolute necessity for measuring incrementality and managing ROI. With so many differing opinions on how best to handle attribution, retailers often find themselves struggling for real answers amongst the noise. With multi-touch attribution, models can be difficult to build out and maintain, often requiring a

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Shoedazzle

ARTICLE SUMMARY: The fashion industry is known for taking risk on the runway. TechStyle—the fashion group with brands like ShoeDazzle, Fabletics and JustFab—takes risk on and off the runway, driving innovation through a unique test-and-learn culture. Every TechStyle marketing effort centers on brand values and performance. For many companies, these two concepts are mutually exclusive,

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Glossier flagship store, courtesy of Glossier

ARTICLE SUMMARY: There’s no easy, step-by-step manual for starting a direct-to-consumer brand in this ecommerce age of Amazon. But Glossier seems to have faced little trouble figuring out how to sprint to the top of the beauty market and amass a customer following only household name brands traditionally experience. Co-creating every product with its customers,

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