In the Press

2020 Year in Review: Retail Upended, Reset Continues

2020 Year in Review: Retail Upended, Reset Continues

More ecommerce equals more returns, and 2020 saw partnerships emerge to address the burgeoning issue. In September, Staples agreed to accept returns from other retailers through a partnership with Optoro, similar to what Kohl’s had done with Amazon three years prior, while Happy Returns expanded to 2,600 locations through a deal with FedEx. Other returns providers like Narvar, B Stock, Returnly and goTRG found themselves in high demand from swamped ecommerce sellers.


More ecommerce equals more returns, and 2020 saw partnerships emerge to address the burgeoning issue. In September, Staples agreed to accept returns from other retailers through a partnership with Optoro, similar to what Kohl’s had done with Amazon three years prior, while Happy Returns expanded to 2,600 locations through a deal with FedEx. Other returns providers like Narvar, B Stock, Returnly and goTRG found themselves in high demand from swamped ecommerce sellers.


Official Source

More ecommerce equals more returns, and 2020 saw partnerships emerge to address the burgeoning issue. In September, Staples agreed to accept returns from other retailers through a partnership with Optoro, similar to what Kohl’s had done with Amazon three years prior, while Happy Returns expanded to 2,600 locations through a deal with FedEx. Other returns providers like Narvar, B Stock, Returnly and goTRG found themselves in high demand from swamped ecommerce sellers.


More ecommerce equals more returns, and 2020 saw partnerships emerge to address the burgeoning issue. In September, Staples agreed to accept returns from other retailers through a partnership with Optoro, similar to what Kohl’s had done with Amazon three years prior, while Happy Returns expanded to 2,600 locations through a deal with FedEx. Other returns providers like Narvar, B Stock, Returnly and goTRG found themselves in high demand from swamped ecommerce sellers.