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Small Businesses Reopening: How to Get Back On Track

There is a lot of controversy around the topic of reopening the US economy and how to handle the pandemic further. One way or another, we are going to return to our regular life in a short time. Many small businesses already have a carte blanche for reopening and getting...

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Creating a Successful Small Business Shipping Strategy

A shipping strategy is not as high of a priority for small business owners as it should be. However, you will rethink everything whenever it starts hindering your sales flow and affecting customer retention. Shipping is a connecting link between a merchant and the customer, and what arrives on the...

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How Small Businesses Can Survive The Coronavirus

Small businesses are an extremely important contributor to the global economy. In fact, this sector accounts for 47.5% of the workforce in the U.S., employing roughly 59 million people. Small businesses generate 44% of our country’s GDP. With every state issuing stay-at-home orders and closing non-essential businesses, the small business...

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How To Communicate The Coronavirus Pandemic To Your Customers

The unexpected wave of the coronavirus is affecting the world’s economy beyond belief, causing business owners panic. Certain businesses that were most affected, like restaurants, bars, catering, etc, have already started laying off their workforce. It is a huge challenge for both employees and small businesses, however, the freezing period...

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How Does Small Business Shipping Work?

Owning a small business is not easy. You have to manage most things by yourself and operate a high volume of responsibilities, which is exhausting. If you’re running a small business that is linked with manufacturing or retailing goods, how do you arrange proper shipping? While striving to maintain operational...

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How to Efficiently Ship During the Holiday Season

The holiday season is a busy time for businesses and shippers and can cause many challenges when it comes to managing a supply chain. The peak season of delivery, which represents almost 20 percent of the annual revenue of the retail industry, can be both a blessing and a curse....

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Preparing Your Business for the Holiday Season

As we move into mid-October and the shipping season continues to flourish before the holiday season, many small businesses can begin to feel overwhelmed. Companies see a large increase in their annual sales during the holidays and should be prepared for a surge in online and in-store purchases made from...

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The Logistics Behind Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is upon us and it’s no secret that this holiday is most popular for florists. Not many people take the time to think about the effort put into the supply chain that pulls this whole day off. US consumers purchase the most flowers on Valentine’s Day than any...

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5 Ways To Reduce Supply Chain Costs

Have you recently noticed your costs are eating up your budget? It could be from your supply chain strategy. The supply chain is crucial for your business to be successful and everyone has success as their priority. If you're spending too much and seeing too little of a return, it...

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Moving Terms You Should Know

Moving day is all about preparation, you have planned for this day and you are ready… or are you? When the day is nearly upon you, sometimes you accidentally skipped over something while in a whirlwind of things to complete. Knowing the moving lingo is important as you may hear...

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