Weekly Roundup | A Change for the Better?
In this week’s roundup, the recent Supreme Court ruling calls into question other restrictive rules imposed by states. Be transported back to childhood with the VineSpring team’s summer memories from the good old days. Nielsen explores a shift in consumer loyalty and booze companies use augmented reality to engage with consumers. Lastly, learn how you can take action to reduce risk in website compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
What the Tennessee Wine & Spirits Ruling Means for DTC Wine Shipping
Last week the Supreme Court finally made a ruling on the long anticipated Tennessee Wine & Spirits Retailers Association v. Thomas case. By declaring that states are limited in their ability to discriminate against out-of-state interests, this ruling opens the door to loosen other restrictive rules imposed by states.
Summertime and the Livin’ is Easy…
Now that the warm weather is upon us, the VineSpring team is daydreaming about summer. And specifically, childhood summer memories. Check out our favorite summertime memories from when we were kids.
Disloyalty Is the New Black
Brand loyalty is so yesterday. These days, consumers are more interested in trying something new. Only about nine percent of US consumers say that they are brand loyal. See the findings from a recent Nielsen study and their recommendations on how to combat decreasing loyalty.
Booze Companies Reach Customers Virtually Through Augmented Reality Experiences
Augmented reality (AR) is a new secret weapon for booze companies. With increased engagement and positive responses, brands like Jack Daniels are dreaming up new ways to incorporate AR technology.
Wine, Widgets & Website Accessibility
Ensuring your website is accessible to users with disabilities is a must with heavy fines for those who don’t comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Learn how you can take action now in order to minimize risk.