- Eight of Yield Growth’s (BOSS) Urban Juve products are now listed for sale on Canada’s largest online retailer, Amazon.ca
- The plant-based products listed on the site including a lip balm, skin serum, face moisturisers, and three body oils
- Urban Juve’s Ultra-Nourishing Hand Sanitiser Liquid should be listed and available for purchase on Amazon.ca in the next two weeks
- This is the latest step in the company’s strategy to drive sales through online retail channels
- Yield Growth (BOSS) is up 5.26 per cent and is currently trading at C$0.10 per share
Eight of Yield Growth’s (BOSS) Urban Juve products are now listed for sale on Canada’s largest online retailer, Amazon.ca.
As of July 13, 2020, the e-commerce site’s listings have been live for some of the brand’s plant-based products.
The include its Ultra-Hydrating Lip Balm, Skin Awakening Serum, Terpene-Rich Face Moisturisers, and three different types of body oil.
The body oil products now listed on Amazon.ca include the Energising Body Oil, Nurturing Body Oil, and Hydrating Body Oil. All eight of the Urban Juve products are available to both regular and Amazon Prime members.
In the next two weeks, Urban Juve’s Ultra-Nourishing Hand Sanitiser Liquid should be listed and available for purchase on Amazon.ca. Yield Growth’s COO, Tamara Melck, commented on the new online listing, which increases the company’s product distribution even further.
“In Canada, Amazon is the dominant e-commerce player, so we are thrilled to make the Urban Juve Brand available to this wide consumer audience.
“Consumer shopping behaviour continues to shift to online retail channels. We are excited to be on the forefront of this trend, and to be able to leverage the power of the Amazon platform to drive sales of our plant-based personal care products,” she said.
Shopping is increasingly occurring online as a result of advances in web-based retail technology, which makes it so convenient. This has recently been exacerbated by COVID-19, which has kept many people inside, and away from traditional brick-and-mortar stores.
In the last few months, countless companies have completely depended on their online retail portals to survive. Even as brick-and-mortar stores start reopening, estimates suggest that the retail e-commerce market will continue growing in the coming years.
Yield Growth (BOSS) is up 5.26 per cent and is trading at C$0.10 per share at 11:01am EDT.