Amazon’s third quarter blew past market expectations as the online giant benefited, in part, from a $1 billion-plus sales infusion from Whole Foods Market.
Jet.com released its pure-digital own brand, designed by millennials for millennials, along with a savvy media campaign designed to woo shoppers away from Amazon.
Brandless made its debut in July with a portfolio of private label products that range from snacks to soap to serving spoons.
Prime members’ renewal intention has also improved gradually in the last several quarters, according to new analysis conducted by CIRP.
Whether it’s online grocery, apparel or, most recently, sportswear, Amazon is ever-present, disrupting retail with a growing portfolio of private brands.
More than 1,300 companies from 40 countries are expected to exhibit their products next month, including 25 international pavilions.
Amazon’s sales of consumables grew by an average of 80% across a few countries, with the beauty and pets groups both doubling in size.
If CPG brands and retailers expect to succeed in the future retail landscape, they will have to reshape their existing physical assets.
The own brand beauty range, launched again as a limited-time special in the United Kingdom, sold out quickly online and in stores the first time around.