Instead of giving yourself resolution that you blatantly know you’re going to forget faster than a hangover, why not take a completely different approach?
This year how about making a new years resolution that is so simple that you cannot fail with it and carry it out on new years day and right up to December 2014.
We’re going to share with you some of the funny things that have happened over the past few months in creating UnderstandingE, a insight of what’s being going on behind the scenes and it’s a chance for us to reflect.
This is us letting our hair-down because the past few weeks, months have been crazy, but thoroughly enjoyable. Our own mini ‘start-up’ adventure.
As the get closer to the launch, we’re going to share with you the progress as we get closer to the launch of the first phase of training guides with a daily update to the progress behind the scenes.
This is so you can see first hand some of the things we’re up to and you’ll soon see that we’ve still got loads to do to have the training guides ready for you on January 1st.
Did you know that hight-street brand Jane Norman uses Magento & M2E Pro to sell on eBay?
Under the eBay ID JaneNormanClearance which only launched on eBay in May 2013, over the past 90 days has sold over 21,000 items on eBay UK.
After he saw talented people be made redundant at the BBC he needed a Plan B, and began a small business online using eBay. His Plan B has now become his Plan A.
An interview with Hannah Hardiman who is responsible for B2C Seller Marketing / Cross Border Trade at eBay, Hannah answers the common questions for advanced international selling on eBay.
In the video below you will here from Zahoor and Zafoor from Universal Clothing. Who started selling on eBay 3 years ago and now sell 20,000+ orders a month
In this podcast we speak to John from Bamford Trading, who along with his wife Gill, both left their jobs in the corporate world and decided to start an online retail business. With £2,000 in their pocket they set off to Spring Fair at the NEC in Birmingham to source their first products.