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  • Newegg launches an online B2B marketplace

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    Newegg launches an online B2B marketplace

    The marketplace on NeweggBusiness.com kicked off last month with 25 product categories and more than 150,000 registered customers.

    Posted 07/01/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    The marketplace on NeweggBusiness.com kicked off last month with 25 product categories and more than 150,000 registered customers.

    Related Content:B2b Marketplace | Newegg

  • / 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.
  • / E-Retailers

    Ellington Handbags names women’s apparel veteran CEO

    Multichannel retailer Ellington Handbags has appointed former Pacific Trail president Gary Hansen as the company’s president and CEO.

    Posted 11/23/2009Zak StamborPost a comment

    Multichannel retailer Ellington Handbags has appointed former Pacific Trail president Gary Hansen as the company’s president and CEO.
  • / Marketing

    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.
  • / 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.
  • eBags courts new designers and overseas markets

    After selling its footwear and accessories site, 6pm.com, to Zappos.com last year, eBags is refocusing its core bags business with new features such as its Emerging Designers showcase, and new plans for growing sales in the U.K. and Germany.

    Posted 02/28/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    After selling its footwear and accessories site, 6pm.com, to Zappos.com last year, eBags is refocusing its core bags business with new features such as its Emerging Designers showcase, and new plans for growing sales in the U.K. and Germany.
  • / Press Release

    NAUTICA TO LAUNCH ONLINE STORE WITH E-COMMERCE LEADER GSI

    New York, NY (February 12, 2008) - The Nautica® brand announced today the launch of its e-commerce site, Nautica.com, which will sell direct to consumers in the United States over the Internet starting February 12, 2008. The site will offer apparel and accessories for men, women and kids, with a wide array of classically-styled American sportswear that reflect the brand’s heritage. “We are very excited to launch our e-commerce site, especially at...

    Posted 02/14/2008

    New York, NY (February 12, 2008) - The Nautica® brand announced today the launch of its e-commerce site, Nautica.com, which will sell direct to consumers in the United States over the Internet starting February 12, 2008. The site will offer apparel and accessories for men, women and kids, with a…
  • / E-Retailers

    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.
  • / E-Retailers

    Luggage Online’s Q1 sales rise 40% over year ago

    Q1 sales at Luggage Online are up 40% compared to Q1 a year ago, the company reported today. The company attributes recent growth to a redesigned site that launched in August and expansion of its warehouse in Cherry Hill, NJ.

    Posted 04/11/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Q1 sales at Luggage Online are up 40% compared to Q1 a year ago, the company reported today. The company attributes recent growth to a redesigned site that launched in August and expansion of its warehouse in Cherry Hill, NJ.
  • / Marketing

    Better technology brings more sales to 6pm.com

    Online retailer eBags believes sophisticated and internally developed technology that gives shoppers specific product recommendations is a key reason sales at 6pm.com jumped 120% in December.

    Posted 02/08/2006Bill BriggsPost a comment

    Online retailer eBags believes sophisticated and internally developed technology that gives shoppers specific product recommendations is a key reason sales at 6pm.com jumped 120% in December.

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