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    Posts from the Marketing Category

    A 5-Point Checklist For Selling Through Online Wine Marketers

    By Jeff Carroll - VP of Compliance, ShipCompliant

    Editor’s Note: The following post is part of our series on the Third Party Providers The rapid emergence of online wine marketers might be the biggest innovation in wine sales over the past five years. But selling and marketing your wine through these third-party channels poses many compliance and business-related challenges. That’s why we’ve put [...]

    September 27th, 2012

    Formalization of Wine’s ‘Fifth Column’: Third-party Marketers

    By Elizabeth Hansen - ShipCompliant Program Manager

    Editor’s Note: The following post is part of our series on the Third Party Providers “A compliant and effective e-commerce sales platform [is] now in place and available. There is a Fifth Column of wine sales now…The evolution and momentum of the Fifth Column of wine sales leads us to believe the genie is finally [...]

    May 14th, 2012

    Direct Shipping Legislation Heats Up Across the Country

    By Sarah Fine - ShipCompliant Research Team

    This time of year always brings a flurry of legislative activity, and 2011 is no exception. The Granholm v. Heald Supreme Court ruling from 2005 is still having its impact on many states. 27 states are currently considering some form of direct shipping legislation, and at least 44 more have considered some sort of tax [...]

    March 25th, 2011

    Representing Change: One Piece of Washington’s Overhaul

    By Sara Mann, Beverage Industry Attorney

    Last year, Washington State relaxed some of its restrictive alcoholic beverage laws as a result of a couple of comprehensive bills that passed the legislature (SB 5834 and HB 2040). The mandatory minimum markups between suppliers and wholesalers and between wholesalers and retailers are now history. Retailers can now pay suppliers using electronic funds transfers [...]

    February 3rd, 2010

    Representing Change: One Piece of Washington's Overhaul

    By Sara Mann Beverage Industry Attorney

    Last year, Washington State relaxed some of its restrictive alcoholic beverage laws as a result of a couple of comprehensive bills that passed the legislature (SB 5834 and HB 2040). The mandatory minimum markups between suppliers and wholesalers and between wholesalers and retailers are now history. Retailers can now pay suppliers using electronic funds transfers [...]

    February 3rd, 2010