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The News Archive for Mortimer Singer

Mortimer’s News Archive

The News Archive for Mortimer Singer

Mortimer Singer

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New York, US
1 Sep 2020 | WWD

Traub Takes Over Beauty Manufacturer Mana

For Traub, Mana was an attractive business because of “complete visibility,” Mortimer Singer, President & CEO of Traub, said. “We find it incredibly interesting to back businesses that we feel really deliver end-to-end a controlled product.” 

4 May 2020

How to Go From Wholesale to Direct-To-Consumer

During a time of crisis, people are more inclined to collaborate. It could also be an influencer or brand ambassador solicitation, according to Mortimer Singer, Predident & CEO of Traub. “If you’re a sportswear brand, you could reach out to someone who you know loves your brand and say, ‘Hey, we saw you wearing my product when you were playing tennis the other day, would you be interested in hosting an event? A percentage of proceeds can go to a charity of your choice.’”

5 Jul 2019

Why Retailers Need to Make It Easier for Customers to Shop Sustainable

Increasingly, customers are factoring sustainability into their purchasing decisions. “I believe that five to 10 years from now, you’ll be considered a dinosaur unless you are able to show with transparency how things are made and where they’re coming from,” said Mortimer Singer, CEO of the business development and strategic consultancy firm Traub.

2 May 2019

Surviving the Apocalypse: 4 Critical Questions Retailers Should Ask Themselves Right Now

“Ultimately a store today is not just a place where you buy products,” explained Mortimer Singer, CEO of the business development and strategic consultancy firm Traub. “It’s a billboard. It’s a brand equity and storytelling stage. And it also drives people to your website..."

26 Feb 2019

Why streetwear brands are now billion-dollar concerns

What makes streetwear so appealing to investors? Mortimer Singer, chief executive of Traub, a corporate business development firm that also operates an equity investment arm, notes that Supreme’s core product offering is high-margin apparel like hoodies and T-shirts that are inexpensive to make but thanks to savvy marketing command high prices. 

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