SmartCommerce was named one of the 2019 Path to Purchase Expo’s Show Stoppers.
How do CPG brands avoid eCommerce pitfalls and find a clear path to success? Our CEO Jennifer Silverberg shares a few strategies to consider with CPGMatters.
Pages throughout Walmart’s exclusive offering of Whoa, Wait magazine includes QR-code-enabled Click2Cart technology from SmartCommerce, for a seamless shopping experience.
“People want to buy your brand. Not spend more time with your brand. Convenience is the new dollar off,” said CEO of SmartCommerce Jennifer Silverberg at the 2019 Groceryshop conference.
Bauer Media USA announces “Whoa, Wait” special publication available exclusively at Walmart that includes QR codes from SmartCommerce for a seamless shopping experience.
The 2019 Online Consumer Packaged Goods Report examines the ways CPG manufacturers are building their ecommerce businesses using strategies that include working with online retailers, selling selected products directly to consumers.
Spending on Father’s Day gifts is expected to reach a record high of $16.0 billion this year. Research NRF and SmartCommerce in eMarketer.
Americans are expected to spend more on Father’s Day gifts this year according to research from the National Retail Federation and SmartCommerce.
More Cooperation, Less Competition Will Win the CPG Wars – our CEO shares with Consumer Goods Technology.
Forget what you think you know about success with CPG sales online and adopt these five keys to driving CPG sales online in 2019.
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Consumer packaged goods companies are trying to prevent grocery from becoming yet another online market dominated by a single player.
The lure of digital media is even stronger than it might seem, but retailers grapple with whether it’s a viable opportunity or a shiny new object to chase.
Postmates, DoorDash want to deliver your groceries, too. Food-delivery companies are adding supermarkets and convenience stores to their order queues.
Lay’s goes ‘Insta-worthy’ in packaging refresh to attract younger consumers.
The online grocery space is immense and fast-growing, with players like Walmart and Target leveraging their brick-and-mortar locations to take on Amazon.