There might just be something to that old saying...how does it go? Ah, yes, If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself! Just ask Australian wholesaler Festival Clothing.
For eCommerce retailers, it’s an unfortunately familiar scenario. You receive an amazingly large order from a new customer. It’s an unprecedented sale for your store and business looks good. But at closer look, something just isn’t quite right.
The Fashion Darling is back with another guest blog post with amazing advice for making the most of your fashion brand. This week she focuses on 5 actionable tips to apply to your marketing strategy.
The Pareto principle states that roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. If you apply this to inventory management, it is fair to say that you must pay close attention to the 20% of products that contribute to 80% of your revenue, and you definitely don’t want to run out of stock for these products.
We’ve written about the pros and cons of using a third-party logistics provider for your operational logistics, and maybe you’ve decided that’s the way to go. You’ve narrowed it down to a few options, or already have a provider in mind. Exciting logistical things are in the works - great! But that’s just the first step, your 3PL relationship is actually just getting started.
At TradeGecko, we believe that wholesale is another and perhaps, more lucrative channel to add to your multichannel sales approach. Together with Heather Smith and Nicole McIver, we’ve put together some tips for you to consider as you plan to add wholesale to your mix.
If your eCommerce business currently caters to Southeast Asia or you are planning to expand to this region, then the answer needs to be yes. In this post we discuss how you can provide great social customer service to get ahead and cut through all that competitive noise.