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  • It’s back: E-retailers should be taking risks again, says eBags CEO

    Companies like eBags cut spending on innovation to stay alive. But no more, eBags CEO Jon Nordmark will tell the Shop.org Summit. Today, if there’s a 40% chance an idea will succeed and it’s judged a big potential win, “We may give it a shot,” he says.

    Posted 09/29/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Companies like eBags cut spending on innovation to stay alive. But no more, eBags CEO Jon Nordmark will tell the Shop.org Summit. Today, if there’s a 40% chance an idea will succeed and it’s judged a big potential win, “We may give it a shot,” he says.
  • / E-Retailers

    eBags.com co-founder Jon Nordmark gives up his CEO role

    After 10 years in the top job, Nordmark is stepping down, though he will remain on the board, advise the company for at least two years and help in the search for a new CEO. Nordmark plans to become involved in other online ventures, the e-retailer says.

    Posted 11/03/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    After 10 years in the top job, Nordmark is stepping down, though he will remain on the board, advise the company for at least two years and help in the search for a new CEO. Nordmark plans to become involved in other online ventures, the e-retailer says.
  • / E-Retailers

    Sharper marketing helps eBags` holiday season sales rise 32%

    The online handbag, backpack, briefcase and suitcase retailer attributes its growth to improved search marketing and e-mail marketing campaigns.

    Posted 12/17/2009Paul DemeryPost a comment

    The online handbag, backpack, briefcase and suitcase retailer attributes its growth to improved search marketing and e-mail marketing campaigns.
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    After divesting of 6pm.com, eBags.com gets back to basics

    It’s back to strictly bags and accessories for eBags.com. Since eBags sold off 6pm.com to Zappos.com last summer, the company has concentrated on better ways to market and merchandise its core inventory of 500 different brands.

    Posted 02/13/2008Mark BrohanPost a comment

    It’s back to strictly bags and accessories for eBags.com. Since eBags sold off 6pm.com to Zappos.com last summer, the company has concentrated on better ways to market and merchandise its core inventory of 500 different brands.

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    eBags.com packs up its U.K. operation

    After investing four years and millions of dollars, eBags.com has shut down its e-commerce site in the U.K. The company expected to use the site as a springboard into Europe, but the economic downturn forced it to pull back from that strategy.

    Posted 03/02/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    After investing four years and millions of dollars, eBags.com has shut down its e-commerce site in the U.K. The company expected to use the site as a springboard into Europe, but the economic downturn forced it to pull back from that strategy.
  • Luggage Online expands into a new distribution center

    With sales growing at 40% a year, Luggage Online, the e-commerce arm of the 7-store chain Robinson Luggage in Philadelphia, has moved into a new 20,000-square-foot distribution facility from a 9,000-square-foot center.

    Posted 09/20/2005Paul DemeryPost a comment

    With sales growing at 40% a year, Luggage Online, the e-commerce arm of the 7-store chain Robinson Luggage in Philadelphia, has moved into a new 20,000-square-foot distribution facility from a 9,000-square-foot center.
  • / E-Retailers

    Luggage Online’s sales shoot up 70% over Thanksgiving weekend

    Sales at Luggage Online from Thanksgiving through the following Monday were up 70% compared to the same period a year ago, Luggage Online tells InternetRetailer.com. Traffic to the site for the same time period was up 29%.

    Posted 12/02/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Sales at Luggage Online from Thanksgiving through the following Monday were up 70% compared to the same period a year ago, Luggage Online tells InternetRetailer.com. Traffic to the site for the same time period was up 29%.
  • MSN.com link drives 28,000 visitors to eBags in two days

    Within two days of linking to MSN.com to promote a new build-your-own-bag feature, eBags hosted 28,000 visitors. EBags is now lining up a similar link at Yahoo.com and negotiating with AOL.com.

    Posted 03/12/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Within two days of linking to MSN.com to promote a new build-your-own-bag feature, eBags hosted 28,000 visitors. EBags is now lining up a similar link at Yahoo.com and negotiating with AOL.com.
  • eBags expects to benefit from upturn in holiday travel

    With its first holiday catalog due out next week, eBags Inc.’s eBags.com expects this year to far surpass last year’s holiday sales.

    Posted 11/07/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    With its first holiday catalog due out next week, eBags Inc.’s eBags.com expects this year to far surpass last year’s holiday sales.
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    Ebags cuts 25% from workforce

    Greenwood Village, Colo.-based eBags passed out pink slips to 22 employees, or about one-quarter of its staff, last week. The company cited a need to streamline operations so as to speed up the path to profitabilityÐthus enhancing its prospects for additional financing in increasingly tough capital markets. The layoffs cut across all departments, leaving 66 employees on the payroll. "The current climate, especially in terms of raising money, has...

    Posted 01/30/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Greenwood Village, Colo.-based eBags passed out pink slips to 22 employees, or about one-quarter of its staff, last week. The company cited a need to streamline operations so as to speed up the path to profitabilityÐthus enhancing its prospects for additional financing in increasingly tough…

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