Nowadays, increasing numbers of budding business owners are deciding to set up their companies online. This is completely understandable! After all, operating in the realm of E Commerce comes hand in hand with a host of benefits. It’s generally cheaper to operate online (as you don’t have outgoings such as commercial rent and commercial energy bills). Another bonus is that you can reach out to an international audience with the simple addition of international shipping options to your listings. Operating online also allows your store to be open twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. However, as your online business grows and expands, you might want to consider expanding into the world of brick and mortar business.
Benefits of Brick and Mortar
The main benefit of selling in brick and mortar stores is that people can pick your products up the same day if they’re interested in them, rather than having to wait for shipping. Many consumers also like to see products in real life before committing to buying them. Brick and mortar stores allow them to see, feel, and perhaps even try out the product themselves.
The easiest way to break into the world of brick and mortar commerce is to engage with stockists. These tend to be stores that sell a variety of brands, rather than simply their own branded goods. You can send items to them in bulk and they will then line their shelves with them! To get everything from A to B safely, you might want to use specialist shipping containers. Check out the infographic about Tiger Containers below to get started in the right direction!
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