This Unlikely Company Could Crush Amazon. . .If It Gets One Thing Right
CEO and Co-Founder Jeremy Bodenhamer recently wrote a thought leadership piece about shipping challenges featured in Venture Beat: This unlikely company could crush Amazon … if it gets one thing right
The American Dream has shifted throughout time, and nowadays, we reach for the life that means consistent cash flow, flexible hours, and minimal stress. In other words, we want what is nearly impossible to obtain when it comes to success. Nearly impossible, but not impossible.
In the eCommerce world, this dream has become more of a reality thanks to the concept of drop shipping. Having a customer base that continually orders online = a consistent cash flow; utilizing automated software to provide experience and efficiency = flexible hours; and creating partnerships that you can trust to handle deliveries = minimal stress.
Happy Father’s Day from ShipHawk!
Anyone can be a father, but it takes someone special to be a dad, and that’s why I call you dad, because you are so special to me. You taught me the game and you taught me how to play it right.
Regardless of what department and role team members have there is a common thread amongst some of the ShipHawk family—having the title of “Dad”. Shout out to the fathers here in the office who have earned recognition for being those special kinds of fathers that are truly deserving of the designation of “Dad”. Wishing all the dad’s out there a Happy Father’s Day weekend!
ShipHawk is headed to Chicago on June 16-18 for this year’s 3PL Summit & Chief Supply Chain Officer Forum. The 3PL Summit is the largest meeting of logistics executives and their manufacturer and retailer supply chain counterparts. There will be over 600 attendees, bringing together thought-leaders in the space to discuss industry trends and share their ideas.
My parents gave me a Polaroid camera on my 13th birthday. It was exhilarating. I took endless pictures of friends, outings and tween-induced costumes with the push of a single button and watched anxiously as the white film disappeared into a colorful, captured image right before my eyes. It was instant gratification. Mostly, that is. Changing film packs, buying new pieces and lugging around the equipment put a slight damper on my growth as a photographer, and soon the array of mishaps outweighed the once beloved gift.