A lot has changed in the last few years. Increased competition, elevated shopper expectations, and macroeconomic disruptions are driving merchants to make strategic changes in their supply chains.
In 2022, the trends are continuing to adapt and revolve around how to reach more customers while minimizing delays. How can brands expand beyond DTC? How can brands bring products offline and into retail marketplaces? How can brands future proof themselves to continue to meet their customers everywhere?
Shopping expectations and buying journeys can start and end on any channel, which is why revisiting supply chain strategies to create consistent URL and IRL shopping experiences is a must. To stay competitive, brands need to create experiences and build relationships with their customers that only omnichannel can offer.
70% of brands will add new sales channels in 2022. Selling through retailer websites was once one of the more daunting and complicated processes in ecommerce, but by leveraging ShipBob’s direct integration with Cymbio, brands can now fulfill wholesale or drop ship orders automatically. With more control over the customer experience, brands can streamline retail set-up, product data, and open the door to a nearly $6.64 trillion retail market.
Join ShipBob and Cymbio on Wednesday, September 21st for the playbook on future proofing your operations through marketplace and retail dropshipping. With our partnership, it’s now easier than ever to expand to retailers and marketplaces like Target+, Nordstrom and Walmart Marketplace.
Register today and learn how to
Join us LIVE on Wednesday, September 21 and learn how to future proof your business with ShipBob and Cymbio.
Partner Solutions Consultant - Sales Channel
VP of Retail Partnerships
Margaret 'Meg' Glavey is a Partner Manager on the Solutions team here at ShipBob. Her area of focus is business-to-business (B2B), including technical partners that enable ShipBob's capability to facilitate end-to-end fulfillment for retail distribution and dropshipping programs. Meg has been with ShipBob for over two years, of which the first year was spent on the Success team, working directly with merchants to help them enable complex solutions to better automate their 3PL workflow.