7 Surprising Tax Facts That Will Impact Your Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) Strategy
Face tax challenges head on with these 7 surprising tax facts.
Businesses will soon start dropping the “e” from the term ecommerce. With COVID-19 pushing more and more shopping into digital channels over the last two years, retail has predominantly moved online. Brands are working around the clock to adjust their business models to address these shifting touch points.
The direct-to-consumer (DTC) evolution is further forcing brands to integrate their multiple channels like never before. Retailers must embrace shopper journeys that seamlessly bring together online, mobile, social, voice, and physical touchpoints into one exceptional shopping experience.
The rise of omnichannel shopping also creates greater tax complexity for brands, exposing them to issues they may never have to tackle before. Each channel carries its own unique tax challenges. Download our checklist to discover:
- The impact COVID-19 has had on accelerating the digital retail revolution
- The seven surprising tax facts that can help you face tax challenges head-on
- Ways indirect tax automation can help keep you compliant and let you focus on the opportunities ahead
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