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Food for Thought #18: How Can a Fulfillment Center Help My Business Grow?
May 4: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
About this event
In a world where 2-day delivery is the norm and customer expectations are through the roof, how can you, a small business, meet these demands? Learn all about how a 3PL (3rd party logistics) center can help you grow your business, save you time and exceed all of your customer’s expectations.
Shipology is a women-owned 3rd party logistics company founded in 2021 to help small to medium-sized e-commerce businesses scale efficiently and effectively. Our mission is to enable business owners to spend more time on the things that matter most to their business while maintaining the integrity of the customer experience. Simply put, we are here to be an extension of your team!
Amanda holds a B.S. of Public Relations from SUNY Plattsburgh. After college, Amanda jumped right into eCommerce and worked her way up the chain of command to become the Director of Operations at Darn Good Yarn. Amanda is also the owner of Riverside Sourcing – a product sourcing and importing company.
Keri holds a B.S. of Biology from Siena College and an MBA from The College of Saint Rose. Prior to working in e-commerce, Keri was a part of the Marketing Team for Whole Foods Market and the Marketing Director for Darn Good Yarn. Keri also is the owner of Wetplants.com, an online retailer of aquatic plants.
This free, virtual series is brought to you by the Manufacturing Incubator at Tech Valley Center of Gravity, a certified NYS Incubator and affiliated Innovate 518 Hotspot partner supported by the Empire State Development Division of Science, Technology, and Innovation (NYSTAR).
The Manufacturing Incubator provides expert coaching, advisory services and support for product-related startups. We offer resources specifically tuned for hardware development through our Makerspace and Prototyping Center, with our advanced manufacturing equipment and flexible workspace.