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The Second Year of Covid Kicked the Logistics Industry into High Gear

Adapting to a future of continuous change

Someone recently asked us to share our thoughts on the future of supply chain management. We always enjoy this exercise, but we’re not quite as confident about our answers this year as we’ve been in the past. 

We can predict that the logistics industry will continue to do an incredible job of adapting to extraordinary circumstances, as it has over the last 22 months, and that we will keep doing our best to stay one step ahead of whatever comes next.

Topics: omnichannel shopping retail direct-to-consumer Covid-19

Keeping Local Delivery Hassle-free While We Plan for the 2021 L.A. Triathlon

Embracing New Ways of Working

Coronavirus is a devious enemy. It’s invisible, it’s persistent, and it seems to be everywhere at the same time. At Cura Resource Group, we’re not taking any chances when it comes to the health and safety of our families, our employees, and our customers. We’ve been following all CDC guidelines regarding sanitation and personal protection since the early days of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Topics: direct sellers local sales centers direct-to-consumer Covid-19 L.A. triathlon

Whatever Happened to the Retail Apocalypse?

Rise of the Zombie Mall

The so-called “retail apocalypse” started in 2010, when large chain stores in the U.S. began to close thousands of brick-and-mortar locations after the Great Recession of 2008. When Sears, JCPenney, Sports Authority, Payless Shoes, Radio Shack, and other once-dominant brands announced bankruptcies and liquidations, they only accelerated the trend.

Topics: omnichannel business business growth millennial shoppers direct-to-consumer

Top 5 Reasons Why DTC Retailers Love Pop-up Stores

Benefits of Pop-Up Retail

Topics: customer service cash sales holiday shopping e-commerce shopping customer experience pop-up stores direct-to-consumer