Weekly Roundup | What’s Next for DTC Shipping?
In this week’s roundup, we highlight how wineries and breweries can prepare for the holidays and reel in profitable sales on Cyber Monday. Now that the Texas audit on Out-of-State Winery Direct permit holders has been going on for a month, wineries can get a better grasp on the scope. Join the Hit the Bottle podcast to discuss big data and how craft beverage producers can use it to make better business decisions. The shipping experience is highly influential in building customer loyalty; make sure it’s delightful. Lastly, California wineries don’t let the recent power outage slow them down.
4 Steps to a Profitable Cyber Monday for Your Winery or Brewery
The value of 2018 DTC shipments reached $3 billion for the first time in 2018. There’s never been a better time to ship directly and Cyber Monday is perfectly positioned to attract current and new customers alike. See the steps you need to follow to ensure a profitable holiday season.
Texas Audits Get Real: What DTC Wine Shippers Are Facing
A little over a month ago, the Texas audit of Out-of-State Winery Direct Shipper permit holders kicked off one of the biggest efforts by state regulators to date. Get an update from ShipCompliant now that permit holders know more about the audits and their scope.
88% Customers Say, Shipping Experience Is An Influential Factor In Building Customer Loyalty, Reports ShipStation
A new national consumer study shows the direct impact a positive or negative shipping experience has on brand metrics. Consumers place the responsibility of the shipping experience on the retailers so learn what wineries and breweries can do to secure a positive experience.
On a recent episode of Hit the Bottle podcast, the hosts interview data experts that are leveraging big data to make better business decisions in wine country. Learn how to use data and technology for public relations and how to gain data without losing trust.
California Wineries Take Mid-Harvest Power Outages in Stride
Even though winds and temperature weren’t as extreme as previous years, Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) didn't want to take any chances in California. Preventative power shutoffs to avoid wildfires affected millions, but prepared wineries took the outage in stride.