• Jassy bezos amazon letter 23Amazon amassed

    100% growth v '19

    Business supply $120Bn. AI to
    ease faster sameday delivery 

    Amazon ceo Andy Jassy published his third shareholder letter since taking over from Jeff Bezos. He reflected on the huge demand during Covid for essential goods; and the consequential stress on supply chain.. Jassy outlined future plans inc. "efforts to make same-day delivery easier for customers with the regionalization of its warehouse network".

  • hybrid office zoom mtg 22 1Furnituremakers'
    hybrid hesitation

    Wayfair wins market share.
    Corp office demand slow 

    Furniture Market Review Q4'23/24: Covid crushed the corporate furniture market. Leading makers still report -30%+ demand declines compared with the 2019 norm. During Covid, WFH suppliers like Amazon, Wayfair, DWRinvaded with record revenues, now normalizing. We review leaders soft results and the new hybrid work developments accelerating the wellness & ergonomics movement e.g. Fellowes. 

  • Holesale warehouseThe  S t o c k l e s s

    'H o l e s a l e   era?

    Narrow range, Weak fill rates
    & webstore, empower AMZN

    UK''s office supply wholesalers once a driving force behind the independent dealer community have become powerless. Narrow business supply range, uncompetitive pricing, poor stock availabilty and no webstore/marketing support has allowed Amazon to absolutely dominate the market.. There's been lots of PR noise coming from former leaders, but no action. Have they surrendered? Updated

  • Screen Shot 2024 03 12 at 2.59.37 PMAs B2B mktg fades...
    Ur B2U imperative

    Do content creators know
    customers better than you?

    Reaching consumers where they are, not expecting them to find you, has always been the key to selling products or services. "This is more true when it comes to the Gen Zcustomer, in their 20s, the fast growing and  valuable cohort, especially women, the majority decision makers" writes Meagan Loyst founder of GenZ VCs

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Tescon hurtsTesco screwing
small suppliers?

Tough new fees imposed
on brand webstore sales


Suppliers and farmers have warned tough new fees imposed by Tesco on produce sold through its webstore could put them out of business. The UK's #1 supermarket announced last week ‘fulfilment fees’ per item sold online. CEO Ken Murphy reports results next month. Will the leopards change its spots?

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