Los fabricantes de CPG que pasaron décadas dominando el arte de las ventas luchan por navegar en el comercio electrónico que cambia rápidamente y en gran medida incierta. Read More
As Amazon is close to celebrating its full first-year of Whole Foods ownership, the Seattle chain has made some clever inroads to the wine sales market in several major Texas cities. As of June, the chain rolled out one-day wine delivery in Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, Houston and San Antonio. One- and two-hour delivery windows are available as well.
Gallo Flagship Store to Launch on Tmall this September.
DtC shipments rise, cans and premium box wines emerge as dynamic segment
WineDirect and Tock today announce an exclusive partnership to fully integrate their software systems to improve hospitality and sales at wineries throughout North America. Tock’s reservation system and WineDirect’s market-leading direct to consumer software will combine …
Gallo wine has been available on Alibaba Group-owned Tmall since 2016, when it launched a flagship store for its Carlo Rossi brand of jug wines. But with the continued growth of e-commerce in China, especially for wine and spirits, the Modesto, California-based company said that an official partnership with Alibaba will offer strategic positioning
Q&A with Chris Indelicato. President and CEO of Delicato Family Vineyards
The mega chain is ramping up to compete with Aldi and Trader Joe’s.
The e-commerce company recently announced it’s in more than 100 North American markets – touting in a news release it entered more than 40 of them during the past year.
Las ventas de comercio electrónico ya crecen más que los hipermercados y supermercados
Grocers have long recognized the value of a strong beverage alcohol program in their brick-and-mortar stores (B&M”. However, with retailers expending their resources and attention towards getting their basic online operations off the ground, the importance of alcohol sales seems to have been overlooked.
An online retailer that only sells magnums has been launched by two entrepreneurs who hope to capitalise on the current UK trend for upsizing wine.
Alibaba, the world’ biggest e-commerce company, has launched a cashier-less wine storage and retail facility in its home city of Hangzhou, enabling shoppers to purchase wines by the case without paying any cash or interacting with any sales staff.
The ruling was issued June 15 by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri. District Judge Henry Autrey dismissed the suit “because the challenged statutes do not result in discrimination between in-state and out-of-state producers or products, and because the statutes are legitimate exercises of Missouri’s authority under the Twenty-first Amendment, [so] the Complaint fails to state a Commerce Clause claim upon which relief can be granted.”
It took a UCLA student to see and improve an antiquated and inefficient method for the purchase of promotional items wineries give away to their distributors and retail accounts. Arthur Morgan had a better idea and he created a factory direct wholesale web store that eliminates the traditional system for wineries having to contact various promotional product distributors
Bills to allow out-of-state wineries to ship wine directly to customers were considered in Alabama, Mississippi, Kentucky and Delaware, according to the Wine Institute. The states – along with Utah – are the last states in the Union to prohibit out-of-state direct-to-consumer wine shipments.
Wine Australia and Chinese multinational e-commerce conglomerate Alibaba have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU” to better showcase Australian wine on the world’s fastest growing e-commerce platform, Tmall. The MoU complements Wine Australia’s investment in China’s e-commerce sector as part of the Australian Government’s $50 million Export and Regional Wine Support Package (the $50m Package”.
New direct-to-consumer e-commerce platform Winebuyers is expanding after securing over £1 million in both crowdfunding and private investment – with a total of 27,000 bottles of wine from 40 different countries listed on its site
JD.com, China’s leading e-commerce company, is stepping up its the imported wine arm with what it calls a, “one-stop service” that boasts direct sourcing from wineries to Chinese consumers, JD.com’s worldwide global procurement department head has revealed to dbHK
Bryan St. Amant of VinterActive LLC has been doing VinQuest research for more than a decade, producing data that illustrates which tactics have been successful for wineries seeking more direct to consumer sales. VinQuest 2018 Consumer Direct Wine Sales Report was created to help growth-oriented wineries succeed, utilizing this data.