Shipping Handle That!

May 29, 2020

Shipping  Handle That!

I've been really fortunate to own my own business for a few years and I've managed to learn so much along the way. Lowcountry Local First gave me the opportunity to share some of that knowledge first hand when they ask me to give a presentation on some of the ins and outs of shipping products. In case you missed it, here's a playback.

Webinar: How to Package & Ship Products Like a Pro from Lowcountry Local First on Vimeo.

What other shipping info can you suggest? Let me know in the comments.

 Packlane: https://bit.ly/mepacklane

 

 




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