‘Many marketing experts predict that e-commerce sales will only increase as COVID-19 infections soar, social distancing becomes standard practice, and more people choose—or are required—to stay home. However… 36% of sellers predict their sales will actually decline.’ Read on as BARE shares an article by Michael Ugino from Business 2 Community on the Impact of Coronavirus on E-Commerce and ‘what sellers can expect during this turbulent time, as well as tips from e-commerce experts on how to protect your online business and make the most of this opportunity by connecting with your customers. Read more
We understand. As we work together, we understand how difficult opportunities may be now. We are keeping up to date with ways to help provide some relief and security during these uncertain times. Read on as BARE shares relief resources and opportunities compiled from the U.S. Department of Labor, Business Insider on Credit Card Financial Assistance, ABC News, and the Government of Canada. Read more
As a global company, we have been closely monitoring and actively handling the situation related to the COVID-19 pandemic since late January, when our BARE China office was impacted. While the world continues to work through the unknowns together, we remain open and available to consult on various topics related to business needs and progression from our known and current expertise.
In the month of October, many people are excited about the fall season and the upcoming holidays, showing colors of red, orange, and brown. Along with those traditional colors are shades of pink, to symbolize Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM). For the entire month of October, the annual campaign increases awareness of breast cancer, supporting those who have been affected, around the world. Read more
We don’t know them all, but we owe them all.
This year, BARE honors our Veterans (today, and every day) by partnering with ‘Veterans Moving Forward, Inc.’ – a nonprofit organization that raises and provides service dogs for veterans, with physical and/or mental health challenges, at no cost to the veteran.
‘Here are 5 ways to do a lot of good with a little – or a lot – of your time, your skills, and your voice.