The New E-Commerce Intermediaries - The Internet was supposed to bring manufacturers into direct contact with end customers in a ruthlessly efficient world that left no room for middlemen. But the opposite is occurring. The downstream supply chain is becoming more complex and fragmented, creating opportunity for a new breed of uniquely positioned problem solvers.
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