Inside Outdoor Spring 2019

The digital issue of Inside Outdoor Spring 19 is now available for online viewing and download…



IO Spring 2019 Reports:

(14) Trade War Stories – By Ned Post
The impacts of new tariffs on small businesses

(18) Retails’s Over-Under Wager – By Ritchie Sayner There’s no good reason to gamble on inventory decisions

(22) A Camping Community Connection – By Gerald Baldino
The Dyrt helps campers find campsites and outdoor brands find campers

(26) Camping in Motion
Gear to support vehicle-supported campers

(30) Nearshoring’s Rapid Approach – By Martin Vilaboy
McKinsey expects significant shift toward near-home manufacturing by 2025

(36) Financing Flylow – By Gerald Baldino
How Flylow’s founders funded growth while maintaining control of their vision

(39) 3 Questions with Hart Outdoor

(40) Rewarding Action, Avoiding Discounts – By Gerald Baldino
Icebreaker utilizes Zinrelo’s unique rewards program to boost engagement and build loyalty

(42) Inventory Management 2.0 – By Gerald Baldino
Making the transition from disparate storesto single, unified distribution centers

IO Regulars:

(6) Editor’s Letter

(8) Data Points

(10) Rep News & Notes

(66) Ad index

VIEW PREVIOUS ISSUE: Inside Outdoor Winter 2018

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