Technology firm Grip has emerged from stealth with a $2 million funding round and plans to reimagine direct-to-consumer perishable shipping.
Boox is looking to evolve the circular economy with reusable packaging for direct-to-consumer brands.
Alan Adler has spent his life inventing products, but it his AeroPress coffee brewer that is his most famous. It is also a direct-to-consumer product success story.
AxleHire has expanded its final-mile delivery services for DTC shipper X Delivery with a Chicago service.
GXO Logistics will open an e-commerce warehouse in Atlanta for MYXfitness, an at-home fitness brand.
As the holiday shopping season ramps up, direct-to-consumer brands need to maintain their digital presence to engage with customers.
The e-commerce fulfillment company gets a nice raise to deliver on its promise of “instant commerce” in 20 minutes or less.
The tech-focused online seller is bringing same-day services across Southern California, reaching the state’s five largest counties.
The food and drug retailer is taking a page from Amazon’s playbook.
The health services provider launched two new platforms to bolster its DTC offerings.
Cart.com’s end-to-end solution is now integrated with Sauceda’s fulfillment services.
Direct-to-consumer cannabis is slowly but surely making its way outside of California.
Despite facing challenges of a nascent industry, company sees plenty of room for further expansion
The financial and strategic benefits of shifting toward more direct-to-consumer sales is becoming apparent at Nike.
Direct-to-consumer alcoholic beverage service is on the rise.
Even as brands turn to more digital tools to engage with customers, many are finding success with a more traditional item — catalogs.
Misfits Market’s business has boomed as more consumers shift to online grocery shopping, and now it has achieved a valuation of over $1 billion following a new $200 million funding round.
Commerce platform Fabric has leveraged market demand for its product to close a $43 million Series A round of funding just months after it secured its seed round.
Demand for its products skyrocketed, but port congestion and freight capacity constraints have prevented their delivery, and now Peloton is spending $100 million to try and fix its supply chain.
Spirit Hub works on a direct-to-consumer (DTC) model and uses three-tier distribution to stay regulatory compliant and deliver directly to customers.