Recent Posts by Allan Peretz

Allan's an accomplished eCommerce leader with experience on brands of all sizes including SK-II, The Art of Shaving, Samsung, and Pampers. He's responsible for maintaining the strategies and "playbook" that we use to grow your business.
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5 Last-Minute Boosts for Your Amazon Holiday Sales

It’s already begun—the holiday shopping commercials, the Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, and the frantic holiday planning. For retailers across the U.S., the winter holiday season represents the single biggest sales opportunity of the year. This year, holiday spending is forecasted to reach over $1.1 trillion, a five percent increase from last season alone.

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Welcome Lindsey Pruitt - Bold Growth Advisor

Bold Retail is proud to welcome Lindsey Pruitt to the team as an eCommerce Growth Advisor. Lindsey's experience combines classical shopper marketing with cutting edge digital marketing and media. She's developed strategies and managed major programs for many of the world's top CPGs.
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Who Is Marc Lore and Why Does He Matter?

Do Billionaires read their own press? If Marc Lore does, he must love what he's been seeing. Article after article acknowledge the impact his leadership has had on Walmart's eCommerce business and Walmart is now seen as the biggest threat to Amazon's US dominance. Accelerating sales results back that up - Walmart's eCommerce business is expected to grow 40% this year. A dramatic change from the pre-Lore period...

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5 Types of eCommerce Agencies: Which Is Best?

SO you've decided that you need help with your eCommerce program? Maybe you've arrived at this point because your eCommerce sales haven't grown as quickly as you'd like. Maybe it's something that your boss (or board of directors) have asked you to investigate. Perhaps it's that you just don't like what you see when you look at your brand online...

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Shopify and Amazon - Even Better Together!

Success on Amazon can be a double-edged sword. Brands get easy and efficient access to hundreds of millions of shoppers but their ability to build direct and lasting relationships is limited. When a brand sells on Amazon, it's Amazon that "owns" the data. Success can be fleeting - a small stumble and you can be relegated to obscurity with little opportunity to recover.

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