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October 1, 2020
Welcome to the first edition of The Soapbox Newsletter! At the beginning of every month, we'll provide announcements and updates, showcase small business, and discuss best practices and tips. So, are you ready to learn more? Keep on reading!
If you’re not familiar with what a 3PL does, click here to learn more from our Soapbox Weekly post.
So, what sets Soapbox 3PL apart from the rest? Here’s what we bring to the table:
Return Labels, QuickBooks integration, Custom Orders, and Bulk Hold Resolution are here! Head to our platform to check them out now! If you have any questions about these services, simply look them up in our FAQ located in the chat box on the bottom right corner of the Soapbox app.
In the month of October, look forward to Shipping Insurance, SKU+QTY in labels, and many more quality-of-life improvements and bug fixes!
“I wanted to do this for other parents to enable them to have these learning tools at home that are ready-to-use and that they can do on their own time.”
— Sheryll Yu
In creating learning resources for her child, Sheryll Yu, owner of TigerKubz, found herself creating a business as well. Click here to learn more about her journey to starting TigerKubz, her products, and how Soapbox can help to propel her business forward.
“Rising Lashes is a business that came out of necessity because I needed to wear false eyelashes after I lost my own eyelashes.”
— Britt Fetters
Britt Fetters, owner of Rising Lashes, never thought that her love of false eyelashes would turn into a business. Click here to learn more about her e-commerce journey, her products, and how Soapbox is helping her to grow her business.
Want to have your business featured in our Small Business Spotlights? Contact us at email@example.com with the header "Small Business Spotlight" to learn more!
Everyone’s had that “a-hah” moment where a great business or product idea comes to mind. They scribble it down, daydream about success, and maybe even think about how to pitch the idea on Shark Tank. But what’s really required to bridge the gap between an idea and a business is the entrepreneur.