Discover the Pricing Strategies, Tactics and Volatility of the Retail Leaders in this Sector

The brick-and-mortar office supply business is on the decline while online sales are growing. According to Forrester Research, office products sold online hit $9.2 billion in 2014, account for 24% of the overall office supplies category. In this report, we analyze the data we have gathered over two months in order to provide insights into the pricing strategies of four leading retailers; Amazon, Office Depot, Staples, and Walmart, as well as leading eTailers such as bettymills.com, officesupply.com, and shoplet.com.

Report Highlights

  • Discover the different tactics Amazon and Walmart are using to win the price war
  • Learn how the timing and frequency of price changes enhance competitive positioning
  • Understand where to compete to minimize margin erosion and how to maximize e-commerce value perception

The Accelerated Pace of Things to Come

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Competitive Pricing Trends Report:

Office Supply Industry, January/February 2015

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