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Posted by on Mar 26, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

4 Work-From-Home Pieces that Do Double Duty

4 Work-From-Home Pieces that Do Double Duty

What you wear when you work from home is one thing, but if you meet with clients throughout the week or need to stop by the office, you may want to rethink some of your wardrobe choices. To make sure you are dressed appropriately for whatever the day throws your way (but still comfortable enough to be productive at home), include versatile pieces in your wardrobe. From a soft blazer to throw over a knit dress to the perfect blouse to pair with your jeans, here are some comfortable staples that can easily turn into meeting-appropriate professional pieces when styled correctly. Blazer Blazers are extremely versatile and look just as cute when worn with a pair of joggers as they do over a formal dress.  A blazer can easily elevate your outfit from casual to professional, making it the perfect layering piece. If you don’t want to invest in the typical black fitted blazer, opt for an oversized boyfriend fit or even a loose, open duster in a fun...

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Posted by on Mar 20, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Top Considerations for Packaging for E-commerce Retailers

Top Considerations for Packaging for E-commerce Retailers

A major but sometimes overlooked decision all e-commerce businesses need to come to is how they choose to package their products so that orders are delivered safely and with the consumer in mind. Below, we’ve outlined some of the main points for e-commerce business owners and logistical strategists to consider when plotting their packaging strategy. Products at the forefront The products you trade should be the main consideration when determining your packaging strategy. A common consideration for any company with a wide product portfolio is finding cost-effective appropriate packaging for all of their products. To minimize costs and waste, companies should try to locate adaptable packaging which is suitable for multiple items in their stock. Pay particular attention to your stock’s individual requirements, too. Anything fragile, toxic, flammable, heat sensitive, sharp should obviously be appropriately wrapped. To transport perishable products such as food we’d recommend using specialist food packaging to ensure that the produce will be protected from heat, moisture and insects. Photo: Pixabay The product is only the...

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