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30.04.2018 08:45
from Helena Schwab

When the machinery of the city has come to rest and the streets are almost empty, when the windows have gone dark and most souls are asleep, you can sometimes hear it. Something clinking and clanking in a dark alleyway. A giggle. Then silence. At the end of the narrow passage a light shines through the crack of a door that has been left ajar. The hinges creak. A figure enters. Bam! The door slams shut. What's going on?


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27.04.2018 08:45
from Helena Schwab

Oliver – just like you - was tired of manually creating invoices, packaging labels and other fulfilment documents. He felt like he spend most of his day writing e-mails and worried he might oversell an item if his stock and inventory data was out-of-date. Keep reading and learn how Oliver turned his business problems into solutions.

Meet Oliver: a small business owner with a comically cute sense of style!

As long as he could remember, Oliver loved drawing cartoons. Over the years, he sketched dozens of unique characters and amassed more designs than he knew what to do with. That is, until he began printing his graphics on t-shirts and handing them out to friends. The gifts were a hit! Everyone loved his sense of style and one-of-a-kind cartoons. It didn't take long for him to write up a business plan and turn his passion for art into an online business.


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29.04.2016 09:55
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Modern customers expect good service and quick delivery when they buy items online. It's what they have grown accustomed to with the e-commerce giant, Amazon. Of course, customers expect smaller online stores to provide the same level of customer service. It's possible to manually process about 10 to 20 orders per day. If you have more, then you'll benefit from automating your logistics processes. This article provides you with a few tips and tricks for making improvements.



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