Mercado | Mercado x Sourcing Journal Fire Side Chats

Partnership: Eliminating Excess Inventory Through Supply Chain Efficiencies

Partnership | Sourcing Journal Eliminating Excess Inventory Through Supply Chain Efficiencies April 28th, 2021 11 minute watch Featuring: Sydney Badger, Public Habit Co-Founder Rob Garrison, Mercado CEO Edward Hertzman, Sourcing Journal President As fashion emerges from the pandemic, one of the lessons learned is the need for better planning. Dealing with a greater-than-usual glut of unsold inventory during Covid-19 has …

Mercado | Mercado x Sourcing Journal Fire Side Chats

Partnership: Why Fashion’s Order Management Should Take Cues from Fast Food

Partnership | Sourcing Journal Why Fashion’s Order Management Should Take Cues from Fast Food March 12th, 2021 13 minute watch Featuring: Rob Garrison, Mercado CEO John Urban, GT Nexus Founder Edward Hertzman, Sourcing Journal President Speed and quality control are equally crucial for competing in today’s retail environment, since poorly timed product deliveries or production mistakes can create missed opportunities …

Mercado | Video - FreightWaves Global Supply Chain Week

Video: If International Importing was like McDonald’s

Video | FreightWaves Global Supply Chain Week 2021 If international importing was like McDonald’s March 9th, 2021 8 minute watch By Rob Garrison, Mercado CEO Back in February 2021, Mercado Labs was invited to showcase its brand new Import Management System offering at the FreightWaves Global Supply Chain Week event. Check out the video below. You can experience the full …

Mercado | Insights - The McDonald's Paradox

Insight – Thinking Ahead: Does McDonald’s have it wrong?

Insights: What I Learned In Supply Chain This Week Series Thinking Ahead Part V: Does McDonald’s have it wrong? Tags: First Mile, Global Supply Chain, Import, McDonalds, Supply Chain, Technology Dallas-based startup empowers businesses to optimize international trade. Let’s imagine ordering a meal from McDonald’s worked the same as ordering products internationally. I ask the “supplier” (McDonalds) to “produce” a …