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Author: Simon Wright

newspaper fulfillment case study for publishers in the united kingdom

When the circulation of Christian newspaper Good News began to rise, the publishers, Good News Fellowship, turned to their printer for help in managing the distribution. However, the solution provided was never entirely satisfactory and they soon began to look elsewhere for support.   Good News Fellowship sends more than 75,000 newspapers to almost 230 churches and missions across the UK and into Europe every month. Each...

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Amazon negative feedback software UK

Guest Blog by Chris Dunne from FeedbackExpress.   FeedbackExpress is a powerful, cloud-based software solution that helps Amazon sellers automate and manage their feedback communication with buyers.   The software is proven to help sellers get more positive seller feedback and product reviews as well as removing any negative and neutral feedback quickly and effectively.   If you sell on Amazon, sooner or later you’ll find yourself with a negative review....

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3D photography for eCommerce

In the past decade, we have witnessed the internet becoming an increasingly visual space. Our Facebook and Twitter streams are flooded with colourful images, and companies like Pinterest or Instagram have achieved success by building their business around what can be seen, rather than what can be said.   The world of eCommerce hasn’t been immune to this trend, as a matter of fact online shoppers are...

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Outsource eCommerce customer service in the United Kingdom

Parcelhub has launched a ground-breaking logistics support solution for its eCommerce clients, providing them with levels of service and transparency never before seen in the industry.   The fast-growing firm now handles parcel shipping for over 500 eCommerce, eBay and Amazon retailers and has become known for its innovative technology and intuitive solutions for the ‘final mile’, often the most complex, time consuming and costly part of...

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Lake District Three Peaks Charity Challenge for Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance

Raises £2,449.50 of £2,000 target for Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance   Back in July, 12 members of the Parcelhub and Mail Workshop teams attempted three of the highest peaks in the Lake District; Skiddaw, Helvellyn, and Scafell Pike, all of which exceed 3,000 feet in height.   However, due to adverse weather conditions, the team was advised to abandon the attempt to climb England’s highest peak, Scafell Pike,...

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