10 Corporations that shifted direct-to-consumer

Corporations are shifting their efforts direct-to-consumer to meet the new demands of the stay-at-home economy.

What is it for?

Covid-19 supercharged the stay-at-home economy and digital consumers. In response, corporations are now shifting towards digital and direct models to meet new buying habits. We’ve found 10 D2C examples to inspire you.

Benefits:

  • Get an overview of the different D2C possibilities available
  • Be inspired that D2C opportunities exist in a broad range of industries
  • Find actionable insights that you can apply to your company’s post-lockdown business strategy
Corporations that shifted direct-to-consumer

Key Learnings:

1.

New markets are emerging

There has never been a better time to venture into new markets. The entire eco-system has been thrown on its head leaving open gaps to be capitalized on.

2.

Future-proof strategies

The stay-at-home economy has shifted consumer expectations. Corporations can future-proof themselves by meeting those new direct and digital needs.

3.

D2C is industry-agnostic

D2C is often attached to the retail industry, however, that is not the case. Digital has provided a wealth of options for all industries.

4.

Inefficiencies can be solved

Physical presence is often more of a nuisance than a necessity. Digital and direct ways of connecting with consumers can smooth the path to purchase.

5.

Corporate startups offer lower risk

Corporate startups offer a safer way to experiment with new offerings to new markets whilst keeping the mother brand secure.

6.

The middleman’s days are numbered

Digital services that have fed directly into the stay-at-home economy have shown that the middleman is obsolete in many industries.

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Corporations that shifted direct-to-consumer
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