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DBGI Launches on Amazon Prime, while also Launching its Affiliate Program

DBGI Launches on Amazon Prime, while also Launching its Affiliate Program
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Austin, TexasAnd October 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/- Digital Brands Group, Inc. (“DBGI”) (NASDAQ: DBGI)And Today, a curated group of Luxury Lifestyles, Number One Digital Brands, announced that it has launched DSTLD on Amazon Prime, while also launching its affiliate program across all of its brands.

DSTLD has officially moved beyond the “on-boarding” phase today with Amazon Prime, which means its product will be for sale on Amazon Prime. “We believe the additional time and work it took to qualify for Amazon Prime will result in higher value in the short and long term versus simply selling as a third party on Amazon,” Laura DowlingDirector of Marketing for Digital Brands Group.

Moreover, in the next three days, DSTLD’s Brand store It will be launched on Amazon, which will include private DSTLD videos and branded content. According to statista.com and eMarketer, 63 percent of online shoppers go to Amazon to start researching products, which we believe will increase brand awareness and customer acquisition.

Additionally, DBGI launches an affiliate program across all of its brands. This is the first time most of their brands have launched an affiliate program. The benefit of an affiliate program is the significant reach that a brand creates by working with major online publications and millions of readers, thus brand awareness and customer reach is exponential to traditional digital marketing programs. Historically, DSLTD has achieved meaningful growth in revenue and customer acquisition through its affiliate programs.

one more time, Hill Davis“We are excited to finally move into our growth phase, and believe these programs will demonstrate the strength of our platform and growth opportunity for the fourth quarter of 2021 and 2022,” said Digital Brands Group CEO.

Finally, as we discussed in our S-1, we expect to continue to grow through acquisitions and expect to continue to acquire companies this year, most of which will require GAAP PCAOB audits. These audits take time, delaying a likely acquisition timeframe towards the final months of 2021.

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aNubia Digital Brands Group
We offer a variety of apparel through several brands on both a direct and wholesale consumer basis. We’ve built a business model that derives from our establishment as a digitally original vertical brand. Digital native brands are brands that are established as e-commerce-driven businesses, with online sales making up a meaningful proportion of net sales, although they often subsequently expand into wholesale or retail channels. Vertical Brand We control our own distribution, sourcing products directly from third-party manufacturers and selling directly to the end consumer. We focus on owning a customer’s “Treasury Sharing” by leveraging their data and purchase history to create custom targeted content and research for that specific customer group. We have strategically expanded into a multi-channel brand offering these styles and content not only online but in select wholesale and retail storefronts. We believe this approach presents us with opportunities to successfully realize life-long value (“LTV”) while increasing the growth of new customers.

Contact Digital Brands Group, Inc.
Hill Davis, Executive Director
Email: invest@digitalbrandsgroup.co
Phone: (800) 593-1047

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