Remember when store shelves emptied out in March of 2020? From toilet paper to furniture to electronics, product shortages became commonplace — and many businesses are still playing catch up. There is one positive from those early pandemic days. …

How people and companies get the daily things they need and who supplies them.

(Interviewed by Our Founder/CEO, Tiffanie Stanard)

Caitrin Carickhoff has spent six years making sure the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is stocked with everything from medical devices for the operating room equipment to cups for the…

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Archer Smith, Supply Chain Associate — Stimulus, Inc.

If you have paid attention to Stimulus on social media in the past few weeks, you may have noticed our poll showing that after price, recommendations are the key element to supplier choice by an overwhelming margin. Despite all the changes in…

Supply + Demand: The Real Cost of Doing Business (Event Series)

A series of events designed to help founders of CPG companies navigate supply chain issues, discuss industry trends and optimize sustainability in their supply chain.

One of the most crucial elements to successfully scaling a startup is having a…

My name is Neeharika Damera and I am the Senior Product Manager at Stimulus. I’d like to tell you a little bit about myself and my role at the company. I have 12+ years of experience guiding teams to deliver innovative technology products from conception to launch across different industries…

By Tiffanie Stanard, Founder/CEO — Stimulus, Inc.

Remember the first time you applied for a job? Maybe you didn’t get hired because you lacked experience. But you can’t get experience if you don’t get hired.

The same paradox is true for vendors and suppliers. …

Plus our plans to become the Go-To Solution to help companies make better purchasing decisions!

The Stimulus, Inc. Team and some of our amazing investors during our Dec. 2020 Company Retreat!

By Tiffanie Stanard, Founder/CEO — Stimulus, Inc.

Like most people, my vision for 2020 was vastly different from the outcome.

No one predicted that a global pandemic would fundamentally change daily life. While we all adjusted to wearing masks (kind of lol), using double the hand sanitizer, and working virtually…

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The holiday season has always been stressful on supply chains, but that stress has for the most part been predictable — increased retail visitors, higher demand for consumer goods, larger crowds in airports, and spikes in purchases of unusual products like Christmas trees are all par for the course. But…

Archer Smith, Supply Chain Associate at Stimulus, Inc.

If you are like me, you have rarely put any thought into your employer’s buying process. When you were at the workplace you printed documents on company-owned paper, sat in an office with company-provided furnishings, which were cleaned by a company-selected contractor…

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What are your daily supplies? What are the items that you use every day — the food, clothing, furniture, pens, transportation, utensils, or other possessions that enable you to live and work? Chances are, those items were produced and provided to you by private companies, placed on store shelves in…

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