Online retail is expected to grow 8-12 percent this year (3x higher than the wider industry growth) with sales predicted to fall between $427 and $443 billion, according to National Retail Federation. This means that online retailers need to be on their A game now more than ever, especially focusing on seamless branding, efficient automation […]

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Marci Ien is National Ambassador for Success is in the Bag Marci invites Canadians to put their designer handbags to work for women’s futures  TORONTO, March 30th 2017 – Dress for Success is delighted to announce that broadcast journalist Marci Ien is the National Campaign Ambassador for Success is in the Bag – a campaign […]

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More and more, we’re seeing online businesses add new features and services with the goal of replicating and even surpassing the personal ways we shop at brick and mortar stores. A perfect example is how men’s fashion site is revolutionizing online clothing shopping with a program called tryouts, which allows you to have clothes shipped to you […]

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With millennials poised to become the dominant force in the economy, companies must learn how to reach this demographic. U.S. consumers ages 18 to 34 engage with brands far more extensively than their older counterparts.1 It’s natural to assume this generation is only susceptible to digital media. It was born and raised on the Internet. […]

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Make your online shopping more secure – these six tips can help protect you against fraud Shopping online is easier and more convenient than ever. However, as with any type of transaction, consumers need to be mindful of fraud. The good news is that by arming yourself with knowledge and heeding your common sense, you […]

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Online shopping continues to grow at a rapid rate across the United States. 2016 was the second year in a row in which online Black Friday sales surpassed in-store sales. While this transition may be profitable, it is causing major strains on shopping malls in small town America. The Wall Street Journal recently did a case […]

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By STEVEN CALHOUN/Staff Writer The United States Postal Service has implemented cost increases for many of its mail and shipping services. USPS implemented a 2-cent increase in the cost of stamps for 1 oz. letters on Jan. 22. The cost of flat-rate boxes and envelopes also increased. These changes affect the cost of First-Class Mail […]

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Ecommerce is a scary business. Not only do you have to worry about keeping your own site running perfectly, you also must keep in mind that some 800-pound gorilla (i.e. Amazon) may suddenly decide that it wants a chunk of your business. On top of that, consumer expectations change so often now that all the […]

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The U.S. Postal Service’s unofficial creed doesn’t say anything about ice and ­freezing rain. And that’s just as well. Some people who live in the south Eugene hills are perturbed because their mail delivery was spotty during the past three weeks of ice storms. Gerry Moseley, the owner of a home-based real estate business, said […]

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Wondering if there is mail delivery on #Martin Luther King Day or if your local post office will be open on Monday January 16? Every year, the federal holiday is observed on the third Monday in January, but there is always some confusion as to what’s open and what’s closed on the day we honor […]

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