What's next for mail order and online sales
- Shop tactics. Witthaus, Michele // Precision Marketing;9/8/2006, Vol. 18 Issue 40, p23
The article reports developments in home shopping sector in Great Britain. According to report, home delivery market has achieved growth of 3.2% in 2005, while interest sales reached 28.9%. Figures from the Office of National Statistics confirm this increase showing that online expenditure in...
- London Region. Peacock, Michael // Logistics & Transport Focus;Nov2010, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p59
The article discusses the highlights of the presentation of Kirsten Tisdale, principal at Aricia Ltd. and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (FCILT) of Great Britain, at the meeting of the CILT London Region chapter. Tisdale presented an exposition on e-commerce and...
- ELECTRONIC SHOPPING & MAIL ORDER HOUSES. // United States Industry & Market Outlook;2012, p139
This section of the publication "2012 U.S. Industry & Market Outlook" presents several tables offering data on sales, employment and number of establishments in the electronic shopping and mail order industry in the U.S. for 2009-2013.
- How we catalogers can win on the Web. Tiernan, Michael // Catalog Age;May2000, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p95
Focuses on the potential benefits of electronic commerce for mail-order companies in the United States. Apparel sector's domination of online markets; Need for the creation and implementation of a brand strategy; E-commerce's reduction of operating costs.
- Increasing Web sales through data analysis. Burke, Ken // Catalog Age;May2000, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p97
Focuses on product catalog companies' collection and analysis of consumer data as a tool to increase sales from electronic commerce in the United States. Use of Web-based sales reporting; Improvement of the overall Web marketing strategy; Effect of the reporting system on server performance.
- Mail order returns. Root, Ken // High Plains Journal;1/27/2014, Vol. 132 Issue 4, p14B
The article presents the author's insights on the return of the mail order business in the Internet.
- Catalogs with byte. Piirto, Rebecca // American Demographics;Sep94, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p6
Features the conditions of catalog marketing in the United States. Decline in paper catalog patronage; Advent of alternative marketing techniques; Need for time-saving shopping alternatives; Predictions on the rise of interactive shopping among U. S. homes; Joint ventures between retailers and...
- Electronic Shopping & Mail Order Houses Retail (NAICS 45411). // United States Electronic Shopping & Mail Order Industry Capital ;2013, Special section p1
This publication offers data and forecasts for the electronic shopping and mail order houses industry in the U.S. for 2012-2014. The industry is comprised of establishments engaged in retailing all types of products through mail or electronic media like interactive television or computer. This...
- Disappearing ink. del Franco, Mark // Catalog Age;May99, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p1
Focuses on the increasing preference for electronic commercial versions over traditional catalogs by mail-order companies in the United States. Complaints by mail-order firms that printing catalogs is not fast enough; Speed of price and inventory rates prompting mail-order companies to use...