In the last episode of the Minds of Ecommerce Podcast, you heard from Andrew Youderian of Ecommerce Fuel, who shared what he thinks are the biggest growth opportunities for ecommerce merchants in 2020, gave us some tips for selling on Amazon, and talked about the evolution of SMS marketing.
In this first episode of the 2nd season of the podcast, Andreas Palm, co-founder of CDLP Underwear shares how they got featured in major publications such as Vogue and GQ, and got into Mr Porter, SSENSE, Barney’s and Selfridges right from the early days of the brand. He tells us why they chose to get into department stores early, HOW they did it, and how they’ve built a brand that’s emotionally charged. You don’t want to miss this one.
Dan Demsky is co-founder of DTC apparel brand Unbound Merino. They've successfully used crowdfunding to get the brand started, and still use it to this day as a growth strategy. In this episode we talk about storytelling in marketing, dive deep into Dan's strategy for launching through crowdfunding, some actionable tricks for a successful campaign, and how million-dollar brands can still use crowdfunding as a marketing channel.
Wilson Hung is director of growth at Kettle and Fire, the fastest growing bone broth brand. He was employee #2 at the company, and in only 2 years grew revenues from 5 to 8 figures. In this episode we talk about when’s the right time for a DTC Food & Beverage company to start selling in physical retail stores, Wilson's top tips and tricks for a successful product launch in Whole Foods and other grocery stores, and a few tips for selling on Amazon.
In episode #5, Nik Sharma, former director of direct to consumer ecommerce at Hint Water and VaynerMedia will share step by step an online ad strategy that helped Hint Water become $100 million business, according to Forbes.