The NetRush Way: Going The Extra Mile For Brands

We call the brands we work with our partners, not clients, because the work we do is about more than marketing and selling products.

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Amazon Prime Day 2017: What We’re Watching

For brands that have been treating every day like Prime Day, the next 48 hours will be exciting.

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Colby Grantz Talks About E-Commerce Packaging

NetRush packaging manager Colby Grantz dives into the world of e-commerce packaging.

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Amazon Is Buying Whole Foods: What We’re Watching

Amazon is planning on purchasing Whole Foods — here are the key things NetRush is watching for.

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Monthly Recap: March 2017

And just like that, March is a wrap. After a month-long stretch of changes, conferences, and competitions, we’re still not slowing down.

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Employee Spotlight: Brand Analyst, James Pieterse

There are many unsung heroes at NetRush, doing amazing work behind the scenes for our brands, providing invaluable insight and driving strategy. A platform as big as Amazon requires a team of savvy, driven individuals — which brings us to today’s...

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How to Make Inclusion Part of a Growing Company

By NetRush Social Media and Editorial Coordinator, Connor Parsons    Originally published by Vancouver Business Journal How does a growing company stay true to its culture and employees when success brings swift, constant change to the workplace? While much...

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2017 Expo West Recap

Natural Products Expo West saw record numbers in 2017, bringing over 80,000 attendees and 3,100 exhibiting companies to the Anaheim Convention Center. Our team set off last Thursday for a full weekend at the show, taking in as much of the magic as possible. Now that...

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Steve Klinetobe Joins NetRush as Executive Creative Director

The team at NetRush is excited to announce that Steve Klinetobe will be joining our ranks as the Executive Creative Director. Steve brings a wealth of experience and creative prowess to the NetRush studio, where he’ll be leading our highly motivated content department.

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NetRush At Natural Products Expo West, 2017

Natural Products Expo West is upon us. This Wednesday, March 8, signals the start of the nation's largest annual gathering of natural, organic, and health-centered brands. Which means that it’s time to put on your comfiest walking shoes and get ready for a long...

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Monthly Recap: February 2017

Hard as it is to believe, February is a wrap. A lot happened — and it all happened fast. Before we get too far ahead, we’re taking a moment to recap the biggest news, updates, and features from the month.  NetRush Insight EDELRID and NetRush celebrated one-year...

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What Role Does Amazon Play In The Buyer’s Journey?

The customer journey is how people become aware of, evaluate, and purchase new products or services. The rise of eCommerce has forced brands and businesses to rethink how, when, and why people choose to buy from them. In the midst of this change, Amazon has asserted itself as a force for disruption and change.

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NetRush Celebrates One Year with Nutcase

Nutcase injected fun into helmet design when the brand started making products that fit people’s personalities as well as their heads. The creativity and flair that goes into every helmet is unmistakable. A true brand of Portland, Oregon, Nutcase represents the quirky, dedicated, and proud biking community of its home city.

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Employee Spotlight: Sara Davis

In three words, Sara Davis is “the cat’s meow,” according to Digital Marketing Manager, Jordache Perozzo. In fact, she has two cats named Lola (after The Kinks song) and Dolly (after the Louis Armstrong song). As a vital member of the NetRush team, we decided to delve...

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Amazon Lowers Its Free Shipping Minimum To $35

Last weekend, shortly before President's Day sales commenced, Amazon lowered its free shipping minimum rate for nonsubscribers to $35. The change wasn’t advertised or formally announced; publications like Fortune, Forbes, and The Verge broke the news for them....

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