Tag: retailer

Infographic: 4 Ways to Capitalize on the “Buy Local” Movement

Consumers value the superior quality of local products and the “buy local” movement has made retailers more willing to partner with local suppliers because these suppliers offer mutually beneficial, strategic value.

/ March 10, 2016

Sustainability Boosts Brand Awareness, Trust, and Sales

Today’s strong consumer demand for sustainable products can help suppliers and retailers stand out in the crowded business-to-consumer (B2C) marketplace.

/ March 1, 2016

Dollar Daze: Catering to Value Shoppers

Value store retailers are focused on sourcing new products with the best possible margin that meet consumer needs at the lowest price possible.

/ February 24, 2016

There’s Value In Store for Shoppers and Retailers

In a world where you can order your favorite items online and have them delivered in as little as 60 minutes to your door, consumers aren’t as readily making the trip to brick-and-mortar stores as they have in the past.

/ February 11, 2016

How Local Products Attract Happy, Loyal Shoppers (Part 1)

Retailers increasingly source local products to streamline logistics and reduce transportation costs. Both retailers and suppliers build goodwill by investing in the local economy, and consumers feel good for supporting people and jobs in their community.

/ February 3, 2016

Local Foods Drive Massive Growth in Retail

Retailers are sourcing food products from local suppliers to simplify supply chain management, save time and transportation costs, and build goodwill within their communities.

/ January 19, 2016

Two-Way Street: The Buyer’s Mindset (Part 2)

As a supplier with a new product, you have got to be a partner to your buyer. There are no one-way streets--you don’t stop the work once your product is picked up.

/ January 14, 2016