he Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (OTPP) and Cadillac Fairview (CF) saw a need to change how e-commerce product returns are handled, and working with OTPP’s in-house venture builder, Koru, created ReturnBear.
Now led by former Shopify GM Sylvia Ng, ReturnBear hopes to smooth out a major pain point of e-commerce shopping, and is working on expanding its service nationally. ReturnBear is one of the first Canadian startups that aims to offer an end-to-end solution handling product returns on behalf of retailers.
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The Bay, Canada's leading destination for life and style, is excited to announce it has partnered with ReturnBear, Canada's first end-to-end online returns service provider, to provide its customers with easier returns.
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For all of its conveniences and staggering popularity, online shopping is... not for everyone. Sure, it's for almost everyone, with 82 per cent of Canadians reporting at least one online purchase in 2021, but there are hold-outs.
Let’s be honest. Logistics is hard. The retail industry is at a tipping point with an average brand expecting to lose 8% in margin by 2025 with the growth of eCommerce.
Nobody likes returns! Customers are annoyed by the many process steps involved, from getting a shipping label to driving to the post office. For brands, returns don’t just mean lost revenue but also more costs.
Returns hurt your bottom line. But with a few effective product return practices, you can limit the number of return requests you receive and boost the health (and profits!) of your store.
Us Canadians are known as kind and helpful folk, so we expect the same kindness from the brands we engage in, especially when it comes to returns.
We ranked the best Return Management Software and Logistics platforms so you can select the perfect return solution for your e-commerce business.
Return fraud is the practice of returning items that don’t qualify for a refund. According to a study performed by the National Retail Federation, about 6% of returns are fraudulent.