Thesaurus / merchandise
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A lot of companies also work with social influencers to promote their merchandise.

You can also join in the weirdness in our Facebook group and bedeck yourself in Weirdo merchandise from our Threadless shop.

Increasing shipping costs, a lack of live concerts at which to sell merchandise, and a slow down in new vinyl requests from musicians had record production and sales declining.

It is also hoping to win new supporters for its anchor team, Manchester City, in emerging markets, like India and China—opening up new opportunities for sponsorships and merchandise sales.

Meanwhile, it will also bar people from using terms like QAnon to sell merchandise.

The company has been looking to reduce its e-commerce reliance on grocery by adding more general merchandise, which offers greater margins.

TikTok creators don’t usually make much money directly from the app, instead parlaying it into cash from sponsorships, merchandise sales, and paid content.

The same day, Revolve, based in the US, called out a “meaningful decrease in the percentage of merchandise returned year-over-year” on a call with investors and analysts about its latest quarter.

The approach is focused on the brand ads, merchandise, and services to local administrators and clients.

Zalando, a Berlin-based company that bills itself as Europe’s largest online fashion retailer, reported on July 15 that its gross merchandise sales grew as much as 34% in the recent quarter, which it credited to shoppers buying more digitally.

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