When it comes to delivering your product to your customer, it is your courier’s responsibility to ensure the shipment reaches its destination safely, on time and with no damage. However, before the shipment lands in the courier’s hands, it is your responsibility as an online retailer to ensure that the shipment is packaged securely enough to make the journey to your customer. In this post, we’re detailing some of the most important packing tips to avoid damaged goods in transit, to avoid customer returns, and to ensure your customers receive the very best experience when purchasing your product and interacting with your business.
Starting an e-commerce startup, as with any other startups, can be a tricky process. From the idea to the name, to the product and to the market research. There are a lot of different aspects of the business structure to be considered and a lot of mistakes can occur in the beginning. One thing that puts a lot of people off from starting their own businesses, is the financial aspect of it.
Establishing an ecommerce business is viewed as somewhat of a daunting process to most. The process of starting an ecommerce business can be wildly unpredictable and competitive. However, there is a major opportunity for ecommerce growth in the current market (if the business is run efficiently).