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The best marketplace for growing your business

Do you run a brick-and-mortar business without a website? Or are you a small to medium-sized business owner with an online presence but want to expand beyond your website? A good strategy to grow your sales is to cast a wider net in search of new customers and make a plan to start selling on […]

Diversifying warehouse locations

Why should you even consider diversifying your warehouse locations? As you might already be aware, the COVID-19 outbreak has affected all areas of ecommerce, but some more than others. Shipping carriers in particular have seen huge disruptions to their normal ways of working.  More specifically they’ve seen an increase in demand and a reduction in […]

Mistakes to avoid for new sellers on Amazon

Amazon has made it really easy for people to leave their normal desk jobs and become their own bosses. The thrill of running a business on Amazon and generating six-figure revenues has inspired thousands of newcomers to try their luck. If you are one of them, then you may want to keep in mind some […]

Organizing your warehouse in 2021

Organizing your warehouse in 2021 Every single day, the warehouse is where the action is. It’s where shipments are received, customer orders are pulled, packed and shipped and inventory is monitored. On top of that, many warehouses perform additional tasks like product packaging. As such, many of a business’s most essential functions flow through the […]

How can inventory management software help reduce fulfilment costs?

We know there are many moving parts and frequent unexpected changes in the efficient management of inventory. Whether it’s numerous products, lots of suppliers, or multiple locations, it can be complicated overseeing your inventory operations. As your business grows, it becomes more critical to have the inventory management tools to efficiently and accurately oversee the […]

Taking physical count of your inventory

What exactly does it mean to take physical count of your inventory? The aim of taking a physical count of inventory boils down to making sure there’s complete parity and accuracy between: -The actual stock quantities sat in your warehouse or store(s) for each item of inventory (and its variants). -And the recorded stock quantities […]