Austin, Texas, June 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Digital Brands Group, Inc. (“DBG”) (NASDAQ: DBGI), a curated collection of luxury lifestyle and digital-first brands, announced today that it has launched its already extensive e-commerce Ecosystem by launching a select group of brands on Amazon this fall.
As the pandemic shifted more online shopping, Amazon overtook Walmart as the top apparel seller, according to a report by Wells Fargo in March. Fountain Fargo estimates that Amazon apparel and footwear sales in the US will increase by around 15% to more than. has risen $ 41 billion, which is 20 to 25% above rival Walmart.
According to a 2020 report by VentureBeat, the most popular purchase categories for Amazon Prime shoppers in the US are electronics, apparel, and household and kitchen items. According to a September 2018 According to a report by Retail Dive, Amazon product searches for women’s clothing had a 42% market share.
Laura Dowling, DBG’s Chief Marketing Officer, said, “Amazon is adding an additional customer acquisition channel to our marketing strategy. We have reviewed data from several apparel brands that have used the Amazon marketplace and we appreciate the opportunity this channel adds to our customer acquisition and branding. “Awareness.”
DBG is excited to enter into an agreement with a marketing services company specializing in Amazon advertising that we believe will quickly and effectively generate additional brand awareness and customer acquisition. The company has a tactical plan for expansion on Amazon, with the ultimate goal of becoming a fully interactive custom DBG store with exclusive content in the near future.
“Amazon is great fun in retail, no matter what category you’re in. Having a well-designed, high-traffic presence on the platform is imperative for any brand to increase brand awareness and drive sales both through the platform and on others to channel the bottom line. ” Said Laura Dowling. “Our data gives DBG great confidence that we can achieve above average conversion rates compared to industry standards at customer acquisition costs. We look forward to releasing the results of this project in the coming months.”
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About the Digital Brands Group
We offer a wide range of clothing through numerous brands, both direct to consumers and wholesalers. We have developed a business model that was derived from our establishment as a Digital Native First Vertical Brand. Digital Native First Brands are brands that were founded as e-commerce-driven businesses where online sales make up a significant portion of net sales, although they often later expand into wholesale or direct retail channels as well, as opposed to typical e-commerce Brands As a digital native vertical brand, we manage our own sales, purchase products directly from our third-party manufacturers and sell them directly to end consumers. We focus on owning the customer’s “closet share” by using their data and purchase history to create personalized targeted content and search for that specific customer cohort. We have strategically evolved into an omnichannel brand that offers these styles and content not only online but also in select wholesale and retail stores. We believe this approach gives us opportunities to successfully increase Lifetime Value (“LTV”) while increasing new customer growth.
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Hil Davis, CEO
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Phone: (800) 593-1047
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