2018 USA Trade Tasting Early Bird Registration Ends February 10.

For any new wine, beer or spirits brand looking to grow their distribution within the U.S. marketplace, the key success factor is being able to grow awareness of their products in the minds of both consumers and potential distributors. Continue reading

Key Considerations on Route to Market Strategies in the US

One of the leading importers in the US, Park Street Imports gave his insights about the Key Considerations on Route to Market Strategies in the U.S. at the USATT 2017 Conference, Here you can watch the full video of his presentation. Continue reading

Office Hours with Importers and Distributors at USATT 2017

USATT17 Office Hours Q&A Session was hosted by Steven Raye, President of Bevology. The audience had a chance to ask one-on-one questions about building a successful brand to members of an expert panel: Martin Sinkoff of Frederick Wildman, Rob Bradshaw of Cape Classics and Michael Yurch of Blue Sky Group. Continue reading

7 Ways That Brands Can Optimize Their Domestic and International Logistics

Thomas Barfoed, Managing Director of JF Hillebrand USA, who had discussed the “7 Ways That Brands Can Optimize Their Domestic and International Logistics.” For example, he discussed how small and mid-size brands can optimize their shipments to the U.S., what logistical factors might impact margins and pricing, and how different modes of transportation can impact your go-to-market strategy. Continue reading

Make Your Wine Store a Lean, Mean, Selling Machine

Stephen Fahy of the Wine Library emphasized that producers always have to be thinking like a marketer. Wine brands, he said, need to take an activist approach to getting noticed within the U.S. marketplace. That means infusing your brand with passion and enthusiasm. And it also means staying one step ahead of what customers want in the marketplace, “Look for new angles, new perspectives, and new opportunities. Always.” Continue reading