After years of investing billions of dollars into its own logistics, Shopify has decided it’s time to hand over the reins. Last month, the mega e-commerce platform sold the majority of its logistics operations to key partner, Flexport.
Sales are up, inventory restrictions are down, and one thing is for sure — you need a 3PL.
The problem is, choosing the right one is harder than you imagined. The market for 3PLs has exploded in recent years, and it’s getting harder and harder to cut through the noise and find the right partner.
The good news? Despite massive growth in the 3PL market, you’re coming to this decision at a great time.
Series A funding will accelerate the company’s expansion in the Shopify and DTC ecosystems.
NEW YORK — Sept 22, 2021 — Flieber, the groundbreaking inventory optimization platform, today announced $12 million in Series A funding. The round was co-led by seed investor GGV Capital and Monashees, and brings the company’s total funding to $20 million. With this recent investment round, Monashees will join GGV on the board of directors where it has served since 2019.
You have a profitable online store with fantastic products to pull shoppers through your digital door—but if you want recurring sales and revenue, it’s actually what happens after the sale that keeps customers coming back for more.
Selling in the USA has become ultra-profitable over the years, But there’s a knack to making it work. Join us as we share the secret recipe
If you’re an ambitious eCommerce entrepreneur, there’s a growing list of reasons to add the US to your selling location wish list.
The Coronavirus pandemic is changing the global economy and our lives. Cities’ routines have been largely affected as working from home became almost mandatory to prevent the spread of the virus, leaving streets, shops, markets, bars and restaurants empty.
Online retailers start their business with the expectation that they will be focused on sales and marketing. Until they get drowned by operations.
Every for-profit business aims to generate profit. Strangely, peer pressure seems to push business owners towards tracking (and communicating) revenues as the leading indicator of success, not profits, which is a big mistake.