Direct-to-consumer (or D2C) companies manufacture and ship products directly to buyers without relying on traditional stores or other middlemen. This allows D2C companies to sell their products at a much lower costs than traditional consumer brands, and to maintain end-to-end control over the making, marketing, and distribution of products. Using this model LuggageX are able to compete with some of the biggest luggage brands in the world.
We've been approached by major retailers including Tesco who wanted to distribute our Luggage however this would drastically increase the price
Today, a new generation of disruptive brands including LuggageX are shaking up retail — direct-to-consumer e-commerce companies that build, market, sell, and ship their products themselves, without middlemen.
An explosion of new direct-to-consumer companies is transforming how people shop. In the process, these brands, spanning everything from detergent to sneakers, are radically changing consumer preferences and expectations.