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    The best 10(ish)-minute briefing for e-commerce retail professionals and enthusiasts. Trends, headlines, and special guests.

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Episode 13: Stephen Kuhl, Co-Founder and CEO of Burrow

Direct-to-consumer brands are turning to television advertising in response to Facebook's rising ad costs. Barney's makes a foray into the luxury CBD business, plus notes on Eero's recent acquisition by Amazon. Stephen Kuhl of Burrow talks about scale, American manufacturing, and delivering his first couch in an UberXL.

  

Episode 12: Ajay Kori, Co-Founder and Chairman of UrbanStems

Today's episode includes headlines from Prima Hemp and the "click-to-buy-to-make" model for e-commerce. UrbanStems co-founder and chairman Ajay Kori talks Valentine's Day, subscriptions, and sustainability.

 

Episode 11: Aman Advani, CEO and Co-Founder of Ministry of Supply

This episode includes headlines from J. Crew, Nudie Denim and Everlane and the reason why robots are moving from warehouses to the aisles.

Episode 10: "Brands That Break the Mold" Session at NRF 2019

 China is expected to top the U.S. as the world’s largest retail market this year.  Labor marketplace Jyve just secured another round of funding. SNOWE founder Rachel Cohen and Keeps founder Steve Gutentag  talk about building direct-to-consumer brands that "break the mold."

Episode 9: Retail Expert Chris Walton and the "Store of the Future"

Fresh out of NRF 2019! Headlines on this year's (potential) recession, Outdoorsy lands series C funding, strong second quarter results for MedMen and weed in California. Chris Walton talks NRF.

Episode 8: Sierra Tishgart and Maddy Moelis of Great Jones Cookware

Deloitte shares the trends on why direct-to-consumer startups are rapidly growing and how big box Retailers saw disappointing Q4 results We're joined by Maddy Moelis and Sierra Tishgart, co-founders of Great Jones cookware.

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