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    Brands Getting In On Animal Crossing, The Allbirds x Adidas Partnership, And How To Keep The DTC Momentum Going

    By Lauren Hall
    2 minute read

    KristinLafrance_Week5-01Not gonna lie…

    I had no clue what Animal Crossing was til I listened to this episode. 😳

    Hopefully I’m not the only listener who’s an absolute nube, but it’s highly likely that’s the case. 

    Allbirds and Adidas are putting sustainability ahead of profits and redefining what partnerships can look like. 

    And Kristen shares what brands will have to focus on if they want to continue to build on the DTC momentum we’ve been seeing since the pandemic began. 

    You can tune in above👆 on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or anywhere you get your podcasts.

    On this episode, you’ll hear about:

    • Brands that are using Animal Crossing to connect with customers.
    • Allbirds and Adidas launch the ultimate shoe partnership.
    • What the future holds for DTC.

    What to listen for:

    • [1:51] How brands are using Animal Crossing to engage with their followers.
    • [6:11] Brands getting involved.
    • [10:10] Allbirds and Adidas are joining forces to create a high performance sneaker with the lowest possible carbon emissions.
    • [13:32] What the DTC community has to say about the partnership.
    • [15:07] Why the coming months are so critical to DTC.
    • [16:35] The unexpected verticals that have seen growth during lockdown.
    • [17:57] How Andie has shifted their strategy to thrive in a time when travel isn’t realistic for so many people.
    • [19:44] What “Taboo” brands can teach us about building on the DTC momentum. 

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    Topics: Ecommerce Brands Ecommerce Marketing News Podcast

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