Dealerscope editors discuss how brick and mortar retail helped save a DIY project and proved it's still got a leg up on ecommerce shopping. Week in Review is sponsored by New Age Electronics.
Mounting a 65-inch TV to a wall turned into a bigger challenge than expected, but brick and mortar retailers helped save the day.
At its soul, Lioness Vibrator is a wellness device that uses an app to track temperature, motion, and pressure to track each user's individual orgasm.
Petra Industries has added Hangman Products to their audio/video mounts and accessories lineups. Hangman provides a variety of solutions for mounting on a stud or stud-less installations for consumers who wish to avoid wall damage.
As director of purchasing at RCSExperience, it’s Anees Khan’s job to identify the best new companies making the best CE technology products that fit the lifestyles of his discerning New York City customers. This year, his job was difficult. “There are really no outstanding products here from a new company,” he said, after reading through a list of products the retailer carries. “It’s hard to entice customers without something out of the norm.” Kahn wasn’t the only one facing a hurdle. Dealers and analysts were hard pressed to name outstanding new or emerging companies and products in the CE retail space for the
Maxell Corp. of America, which revived the iconographic “Blow Away Guy,” familiar to millions in the baby-boomer generation as a role model for cool, is simultaneously courting the other end of the age spectrum using that selfsame tool -- along with a new MTV sponsorship program designed to nurture budding filmmakers as it cements Maxell brand recognition among them. The company has just announced its official sponsorship, through the end of the school semester, of MTV’s Best Film On Campus (BFOC) online community Web site/video hub (www.bestfilmoncampus.com), which provides aspiring school-age filmmakers a place