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Brand Disruption Study 2020: Direct Brands Go Mainstream

Brand Disruption Study 2020: Direct Brands Go Mainstream

You’ve seen the headlines:

“Lord & Taylor Sold to Clothing Rental Start-up Le Tote.”

“L’Oreal Debuts Personalized DTC Hair Color Brand.”

“P&G Freshens Grooming Segment with Billie Acquisition”

Why is this happening?  Because the new direct-to-consumer business model is based on the concept that its entire supply chain is increasingly available “as a service.”  Every aspect can be rented/leased. The result? Greater brand agility, more innovation by publishers, and more engaging, personalized consumer experiences—online and off—with “emerging tech” elevating the digital shopping experiences.  In fact, digital data output will triple from 2019 – 2025, powering demand for and availability of personalized services, products, content, and marketing.

The Direct Brand Economy is achieving mainstream status . . .

 

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