D2C

(redirected from Direct to Consumer)
AcronymDefinition
D2CDirect to Consumer
D2CDiablo 2 Classic (gaming)
D2CDatabase to Code (computer programming)
D2CDelivery to Customer
D2CDedicated to Compliance (Houston, TX software company)
D2CDigital Data Cassette
D2CData Distribution Cassette
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Questions were asked to assess physicians' perception of the increasing trend of Direct to Consumer advertisement of nutraceuticals and its influence on their practice.
KEYWORDS: Nutraceuticals, Direct to consumer advertisement, E-marketing, Medications.
As CEO of Contour Technology, Henn achieved first year direct to consumer sales of more than $50 million for its Contour Core Sculpting System abdominal belts.
Prior to founding Contour Technology, Henn put his direct to consumer marketing prowess to work for Compex Technologies where he implemented sales and marketing strategies via multiple distribution channels and drove significant growth for the organization - including $20 million in direct to consumer sales for the Slendertone abdominal belt.
Caliber Home Loans Inc., a US nonbank residential mortgage originator with nearly USD44bn in 2017 originations, has said that it has appointed Chad Smith as executive vice president, head of Recapture and Direct to Consumer.
Direct to consumer business Blyth Inc (NYSE:BTH) revealed on Monday the completion of the sale of its Sterno business to Candle Lamp Company LLC, a portfolio company of Westar Capital LLC, for an undisclosed amount.
Cabernets shipped direct to consumers and priced at $100-plus grew 18% from a year previous and totaled $198 million.
Natrol will be manufacturing entirely new and different items that will be sold exclusively through authorized distributors who in turn will sell direct to consumers as well as sponsor and train others to do the same.
Wines with the lowest bottle prices accounted for the largest share, or 32%, of the total volume (in 9L case equivalents) of wine shipped direct to consumers in the 12 months through January.
Winebuys.com, based near San Francisco, was launched in September of 2003 to sell wine from its own inventory direct to consumers. Mike Daniel, operations manager, said the company uses both pulp packaging and Styrofoam, although it is leaning more toward pulp for environmental reasons and because the cost of Styrofoam has been increasing due to rising oil prices.