Weekly Roundup | Is Your Winery or Brewery Always Improving?
In this week’s roundup, we highlight new and exciting changes for the VineSpring platform. Discover eight ways that your winery or brewery can take advantage of data and learn ways to increase club retention. TTB is offering a temporary voluntary disclosure program and the Supreme Court's Tennessee decision has the potential to dramatically change the US wine market. Lastly, read about how breweries can get one step ahead and start preparing for fall and winter seasonal releases during the summer months.
The New and Improved VineSpring
The VineSpring team has worked hard to bring our clients an upgraded system that is the most connected and flexible eCommerce, allocations, and club management software available. Learn about the system enhancements and how they will power the future of the craft beverage business.
8 Ways We Can Use Data to Improve Wine Business
Applying data analysis to help make business decisions can make your winery or brewery more efficient and successful. Learn eight different ways that you can use data to improve your business.
How to Stop Losing Half Your New Winery Club Members in First Fifteen Months
Recurring sales, like in wine or beer clubs, bring in predictable revenue for the businesses, helping secure the future. But how can wineries and breweries stop or at least slow down the churn rate for club customers?
TTB Offers Temporary Voluntary Disclosure Program for Owner/Operator Changes
Failure to report changes to a Federal Basic Permit to the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) can result in suspension of the federal license and hefty fines. TTB has decided to give wholesalers and importers a break by offering a temporary voluntary disclosure window.
Will the Supreme Court's Tennessee Decision Dramatically Change the US Wine Market?
The highest court delivered a verdict last month that is considered a win for consumers, but how will this ruling affect the alcohol regulations in the US? Get a glimpse at the possible battles ahead.
Start Compliance Prep for Your Seasonal Beers Now
The hot summer months are the perfect time to prepare for autumn and winter beers. Stretch your brewing creativity and learn how to get one step ahead so you can get beers to market as the next season rolls in.