9 episodes

You have unaddressed trauma…and it’s your supply chain. It gaslights you by being outdated, fragmented, and cumbersome. Brands today face countless challenges to scaling logistics. But what if there was a solution out there—a way to effortlessly solve your problems? On this podcast, you’ll hear how the best companies in the world are transforming their omni-channel operations to unlock the power of an improved supply chain. Learn how to turn your supply chain into a competitive advantage and truly heal these wounds. This is Supply Chain Therapy.

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    • Business
    • 5.0 • 33 Ratings

You have unaddressed trauma…and it’s your supply chain. It gaslights you by being outdated, fragmented, and cumbersome. Brands today face countless challenges to scaling logistics. But what if there was a solution out there—a way to effortlessly solve your problems? On this podcast, you’ll hear how the best companies in the world are transforming their omni-channel operations to unlock the power of an improved supply chain. Learn how to turn your supply chain into a competitive advantage and truly heal these wounds. This is Supply Chain Therapy.

    "Solopreneuring": Creating ECommerce Brands with Little Resources with Eric Bandholz, Founder of Beardbrand

    "Solopreneuring": Creating ECommerce Brands with Little Resources with Eric Bandholz, Founder of Beardbrand

    A home garage or a table made from an old door are famous symbols of many successful brand’s humble beginnings. But behind that symbol is often one bootstrapped entrepreneur with a wild vision.

    Our guest has firsthand experience on the demands of a “solo-preneur” and the critical undertaking of confronting your supply chain head-on!

    Eric Bandholz discusses how to build a business that works for your lifestyle, deciding whether to create products in-house or not, and the advice he has for other “solo-preneurs”.

    As Founder of Beardbrand, Eric has learned a thing or two about creating successful e-commerce brands with limited resources.

    • 37 min
    Freight Fright: Curing a Supply Chain Hangover with Craig Fuller, Founder and CEO of Freight Waves

    Freight Fright: Curing a Supply Chain Hangover with Craig Fuller, Founder and CEO of Freight Waves

    We’ve all been there, one too many drinks (or greasy food) can be the downfall to your entire weekend. A supply chain is no different. A small change in customer demand can have devastating effects on your entire system. Our guest today, Craig Fuller, has your supply chain hangover cure.

    Craig discusses why so many suppliers are overcorrecting, how the bullwhip effect is hurting so many companies, and why he thinks the smartest people are investing in transportation, not NFTs, sorry BAYC fans.

    As the Founder of FreightWaves, the leading provider of data and analytics for the global logistics industry, Craig knows a thing or two about supply chain economics.

    • 54 min
    Customer Intent: How To Build Massive DTC Brands with Forbes 30 Under 30 Marketer, Nik Sharma

    Customer Intent: How To Build Massive DTC Brands with Forbes 30 Under 30 Marketer, Nik Sharma

    Customer Intent.

    According to Nik Sharma, today’s guest, that is the future of consumer behavior. In order to succeed, whether it be your product, marketing, or supply chain, you will need to innovate.

    Nik discusses the challenges of sourcing overseas, how e-commerce will continue to innovate, and why the most successful supply chains always have a backup plan.

    As a Forbes 30 Under 30 Marketer, Nik knows a thing or two on how to build massive DTC brands.

    • 33 min
    Mastering Fulfillment: How to Launch a Successful e-Commerce Brand with Zach Stuck, Founder of Homestead and Owner of Public - Supply

    Mastering Fulfillment: How to Launch a Successful e-Commerce Brand with Zach Stuck, Founder of Homestead and Owner of Public - Supply

    The fear of learning something new.

    Launching a successful brand requires more than exceptional marketing or a quality product. In order to be successful, you must excel in all aspects of the business. Our guest Zach started as a marketer without any supply chain experience, but he didn’t let fear hold him back and he dove head first into the world of fulfillment. Today, he is showing how you can too.

    In this episode, Zach discusses the stark learning curve founders face when it comes to e-commerce fulfillment, why brands need to understand that they have to pay to play, and how he thinks the future e-commerce space will become even more competitive.

    Zach marketer’s perspective is a crucial piece towards growing a successful e-commerce brands.

    • 33 min
    Collaborate or Die: How Emerging E-Commerce Brands Can Level The Playing Field with Nate Skiver, Founder of LPF Spend Management

    Collaborate or Die: How Emerging E-Commerce Brands Can Level The Playing Field with Nate Skiver, Founder of LPF Spend Management

    Sink or swim.

    If you ask our guest today, the future of e-commerce survival relies on collaboration. So grab your life jackets and get ready to lock down your shipping strategy. Today’s episode features logistics expert Nate Skiver.

    Prior to starting his consulting business, Nate held transportation, management, and fulfillment roles at Abercrombie and Fitch for 12 years, followed by logistics roles at Stella and Dot Family of Brands. Now, through LPF Spend Management, Nate focuses on leveling the playing field so that ecommerce brands can compete in today’s fast shipping environment.

    On today’s episode, Nate discusses the importance of locking down your company’s shipping strategy, why investing in the delivery experience is so crucial, what kind of collaborations he sees vital in the future, and more.

    • 36 min
    Our Billion Dollar Supply Chain: Jeff Raider, co-founder of Harry's and Warby Parker on Strengthening Logistics

    Our Billion Dollar Supply Chain: Jeff Raider, co-founder of Harry's and Warby Parker on Strengthening Logistics

    What do glasses, razors, and cat food have in common? Well, they are all products of our esteemed guest today: Jeff Raider.

    Prior to co-founding Harry’s, Jeff co-founded the massively disruptive eyewear company Warby Parker, once dubbed by GQ as the “Netflix of eyecare,” and now a publicly traded multibillion dollar lifestyle brand. Through Harry’s Inc, Jeff also helps run Flamingo, a women’s skincare and razor company; Cat People, a cat food and goods company; and Lumē, a natural deodorant company.

    On today’s episode, Jeff discusses inventory challenges, his mission to create products with the best customer experience possible, and the overall lessons he’s learned in the DTC space over the past decade.

    • 37 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

BraDish'22 ,

Great podcast!

Exciting guests, knowledgeable host and relevant content!

LePackman ,

An Excellent Podcast

This really is helping me understand the intricacies of supply chains and what we can do to improve it.

Thanks!

wheres my sofa? ,

Super insightful

The answer to everyone’s supply chain issues!

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