The Simple Business Model Used to Build a $2.4 Million Business — Podcasts

Colin Macintosh turned the end of a tech startup career into a new beginning for building his own brand.  Built on a cheeky pun, Sheets & Giggles grew from a simple business model of offering sustainable and comfortable bedding directly to consumers into a brand that’s projecting $2.4 million in sales this year.  In this episode of Shopify.


How Alternative Lending Sources Can Help E-Commerce Companies Grow | Business

E-commerce companies must surmount a variety of unique challenges to grow. At any given time, companies may encounter a desperate need to spruce up the look and feel of their website and mobile app, boost their digital storage capacity, or optimize the way they process transactions so that customers can make purchases on different online.

Make Your Amazon Business More Profitable With Benchmarking

Improve your financial education with these six steps to make your business leaner, faster, more competitive and more profitable This post is by Jae Jun, a seven-figure amazon seller and founder of Gorilla ROI, software that connects Seller Central data to Google Sheets. In this article, I’ll take you through the steps to analyze your.

How to Build a Successful Agritourism Business — Case Studies

Well-manicured rows of vibrant lavender stretch into the vanishing point to meet crisp blue skies sprinkled with cotton candy clouds. No, this isn’t the lavender fields of Provence. This is Terre Bleu in Milton, Ontario—one of the largest organic lavender agritourism farms in Canada.  Opened to the public in 2014, owners Ian and Isabelle Baird.

Prejudice Against Her Blackness Inspired a Beauty Business

Vanguard by Shopify Studios is a weekly podcast that explores the human stories of entrepreneurship from unexpected corners of our current moment.  Vivian Kaye is the CEO of Kinky Curly Yaki, a brand that makes premium textured hair extensions for Black women. When Vivian saw an opportunity to start a business that celebrates Black beauty, she went.

How Three Young Brothers Started a Candle Making Business

On a typical Saturday in households across Washington, D.C., many 8-year-olds are playing Minecraft, reading comics, and watching toy unboxings on YouTube. They’re racing around on bikes and skateboards, skinning their knees. Or maybe they’re acting out scenes from Marvel films, because when they grow up, they want to be superheroes. But Austin Gill isn’t.