Hannah & Henry – How Quickmail Has Helped My Business Grow

At Quickmail, our Fulfilment and Third Party Logistics (3PL) service provides our clients with the freedom to step away from the daily picking, packing and trips to the post office that come with running your own product based business.

With this freedom, business owners can minimise the work they do in their business and instead are able to focus their efforts towards working on their business and its growth.

One company we currently work with are the lovely team from Hannah & Henry. Hannah & Henry are on a mission to make parenthood stylish. Their amazing range of bags & accessories are simple, stylish and practical. Whether you are at the gym, park or work, you’ll find one that suits your needs! Best of all, Hannah & Henry bags and accessories are designed to be super functional products for the whole family, and see you through every stage of parenthood.

We recently spoke to Elaine from Hannah & Henry about the inspiration for the business and her experience with Quickmail!

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Market Stall with Bindi Nutrition team smiling with two customers

Bindi Nutrition – How Quickmail Has Helped My Business Grow

Find out how utilising Quickmail’s Fulfilment and 3PL services have boosted growth for Perth business, Bindi Nutrition.

Are you ready to grow your eCommerce business to the next level?

Are you busy running your eCommerce store, responding to emails packing orders, managing stock levels, dealing with customer queries AND getting to the Post Office every day to ensure your items get shipped? Maybe it’s time to look at a fulfilment partner?

Quickmail’s guide to fulfilment partners will help you better understand how outsourcing your fulfilment and distribution needs can help you grow your business, whether that is owning and operating your own warehouse, or renting a space in a pre-established warehouse.

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Word Of Mouth Marketing

92% of people trust recommendations from friends, according to the Nielsen Global Trust In Advertising Survey. That means if you aren’t receiving word-of-mouth recommendations for your business, you’re missing out on the single most effective and trusted means of attracting new clients. (more…)

Case study by VoPP for the Danish Cancer Campaign

OBJECTIVE

The “Harvest Lottery”, with cash prizes up to 1 million Danish kroner, constitutes a substantial portion of the Campaign’s lottery budget so they set out to compare print and email’s call-to-action performance. They hoped that through measuring the response and recollection rates of post versus email reminders, they would be able to decipher which channel elicited the best audience engagement and action. (more…)

Catalogues Remain Key Consumer Media

Roy Morgan has released new research that shows printed catalogues remain the most popular source of information for consumers in the grocery and alcohol markets. This is great news for Australia’s printing companies.  (more…)

Whatever happened to your shopping list?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“My job has always been to throw them out but instead I always read them”: Melbourne artist Kenny Pittock.

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Target Specific Customers

Identify and reach new customers using Australia’s Post’s complimentary online tool for targeted and promotional mail.

Campaign Targeter is an online tool from Australia Post that can help you plan and create effective promotional mail campaigns.


Watch a video explaining Campaign Targeter here.
View tutorials and user guides here.

If you would like Quickmail to help you with this online tool, feel free to contact us and we’d be happy to help!

Catalogues rank first for Cosmetics

With Australia’s population increasing at one of the fastest rates in the developed world, health care needs are on the rise as well as the number of pharmacists.

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Three out of four Aussies pick print

Paper and print is viewed, preferred and trusted over digital communications by consumers around the globe and in Australia, where three out of four Aussies prefer print, according to the new research from Two Sides.

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