Americans fell in love with catalog shopping back in 1882 when Montgomery & Co issued their first mail order catalog. Sears followed suit with their first catalog being issued in 1888 and become so famous that the catalog became known as 'The Consumer's Bible'. Now jump ahead almost two centuries later and in the age of all things digital came digital catalogs. Enter Catalog Spree, launched in 2011 with it's more than 350 full color digital catalogs.
Shopping has never been easier with Catalog Spree being accessible on your laptop, iPhone and iPad. And as more people purchase tablets, Catalog Spree is seeing a move towards more digital shopping through mobile devices.
'Catalog Spree has seen an incredible amount of growth and success in 2013, but what we’ve seen is only the beginning,” said Joaquin Ruiz, CEO of Catalog Spree. “With annual tablet sales set to outpace PC sales for the first time next year -- and for the first quarter ever in Q4 2013 -- we are at the tipping point of when consumers will be spending most of their shopping time on mobile devices. And now that Catalog Spree can act as a digital catalog publisher, distributor and aggregator of retail catalogs on mobile devices, ads and the web, we have the holy trifecta necessary to be at the center of it all.'
For a quick look at some more of Catalog Spree's 2013 milestones, just click through the slideshow. Once you're done, head on over to Catalog Spree and check it out. You may never shop at a mall again!
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