Brick and Mortar


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Brick and Mortar

A company with a physical presence in the real world. Example of brick and mortar companies are grocery stores, auto shops, and so forth. While they have higher overhead and less flexibility than online companies, they can often provide more personalized services to customers. See also: Click and mortar.
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fid=46048&refid=stpr You can also find the Brick and Mortar Reporter online at www.
Through Preference's corporate sponsorship program, brick and mortar companies are able to purchase MyGIG as a value-added information tool for their customers, providing the company a way to directly market and communicate with their customers.
In fact, of the ten groups in the Retail Ticker database that were the least effected by holiday season shopping trends, only one (drug store chains) was a brick and mortar category.
Brick and mortar bookstores (28 percent) ride the seasonal trend more than their e-tailer counterparts (24 percent).
PhotoLoft was a early participant in the digital imaging infrastructure market, and EVG revolutionized the art world through the creation of an offline brick and mortar network tied together by the Internet.
Brightcube envisions deploying a network of these printers to its brick and mortar dealer network where consumers can choose a print and have it produced on demand, or to professional photography studios where digital technology supplants "dark room" production facilities to produce on-the-spot, superior quality photos - all on Brightcube's own line of high quality papers and using Brightcube's proprietary line of inks and all distributed via Brightcube's Internet imaging infrastructure.
Nasdaq:LFMN) have recently dropped the "dot com" from their names, illustrating the trend toward returning to brick and mortar business roots.
Nasdaq:LNTY), a leading marketing technology company and customer acquisition network, today announced that five brick and mortar companies have all turned to L90's ProfiTools to provide next-generation loyalty programs, driving the value of their customer base.
ProfiTools provide a powerful platform for brick and mortar companies who are focusing on utilizing the Internet to build stronger and deeper relationships with current and potential customers," said John Bohan, CEO and president of L90.