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  • Denim's Race For Best Digital Fit
    Denim is on the verge of digital fit breakthroughs, and D2C thinking is leading the way.
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    More than three-quarters of D2C founders say their company can go from idea to market in six months or less.
  • Beardbrand Looks For Wisdom In Whiskers
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  • Tinder Scoring Big With Gen Z Content
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  • The Unboxing Paradox: Surprise Beats Convenience
    The key finding of Reach3 Insights' research on subscription boxes? Most people do like surprises.
  • In Latest Moves, Ancestry And 23andMe Aim To Change Behavior
    75% of respondents in 23andMe research say they've taken at least one positive step about their health since getting a genetic report.
  • Making Friends: How Smart D2C Brands Engage Customers
    According to a Braze study, D2C brands get open rates that are 59% higher in email, in-app and push notifications.
  • Wine Insiders' Secret? Older Drinkers, Plenty of Reds, QVC
    Founded in 1982, it doesn't think of itself as a disruptor so much as "your corner wine store, but online."
  • 'Hims, Hers' Hopes To Shake Up Healthcare
    The online start-up currently offers more than 40 products, some requiring prescriptions, including erectile-dysfunction and birth-control medications.
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