Maximize Your Grip on Accessory Sales

Bigger smartphones, which some people call “Phablets,” have been rising in popularity since the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy Note in 2011. Consumers and competitors alike took notice, and the category has been growing ever since. The latest crop of large smartphones, the iPhone Xs Max in particular, may be a strong indicator of consumers’ taste going forward and the incredible health of the category overall. Early numbers indicate “iPhone XS Max demand is ‘better than expected,’ with the 6.5-inch model outselling the iPhone Xs by three to four times.” Our internal numbers also indicate iPhone Xs Max is the more popular option at a ratio of roughly 2:1. We trust that consumers will continue purchasing a case and screen protection, but the continued focus on larger phones got us thinking about other “essentials” they can purchase to enhance their “giant” phone usage. One category to consider: phone grips. Phone…


[Webinar] Case-Mate: Fashion That Functions

This archived webinar powered by VoiceComm and presented by Case-Mate gave participants a review of their new fall assortment and understanding what makes Case-Mate stand out in the market, for both customers and consumers.

Case-Mate is looking at the fall assortment in a whole new way! They have developed this line to look at different segmented consumers and how they can design and provide quality products for each consumer. Consumers shouldn’t have to pick between fashion and protection because with Case-Mate, they get both.


How to Save Time and Money with VoiceComm’s VMI

If you aren’t a part of our industry-leading VMI program you’re missing out. When you enroll you will optimize your inventory management in ways you might not have imagined previously. The benefits? Our VMI program eases inventory fears and frees up time by allowing us to manage your inventory. Our customized system offers transparent sell-through data and flexible level controls to streamline analysis and adjustments, automated replenish and stock-balance processes thoroughly monitored by a designated specialist, and detailed performance reporting to identify problematic SKUs or profitable opportunities.