The petition sought an order to the executive for immediate removal/dispersal of the mass gathering from the Delhi borders.
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This post was originally published on Aug. 28, 2015, and was updated on Dec. 4, 2020.
With a global pandemic causing massive disruption to brick-and-mortar businesses, many entrepreneurs are getting an emergency crash course in ecommerce. Along with that ecommerce experiment comes shipping. Shipping — both the logistics and the pricing — can stress even the most seasoned entrepreneurs out. Don’t fret. We’re here to take the agony out of shipping with shipping tips and strategies to move your ecommerce efforts forward.
Small business shipping doesn’t have to be a struggle
Running the operations of an ecommerce business takes a mighty amount of effort.
There is always room for improvement to tweak your website, send emails to customers and sell more products. One of those areas that we see lots of small business owners leave for a rainy day (and then never get to) is shipping.
As 2020 comes to a close, an uncertain winter lies ahead across the United States. The coronavirus pandemic will continue during the winter months and entrepreneurs will be hunkering down to the best of their ability. This includes businesses in rural areas, which face their own unique barriers due to location.
In 2019, Small Business Majority released a report that examined the opportunities and challenges facing rural small businesses.
The survey of 530 rural small business owners sheds light on how to better stimulate and support rural entrepreneurship. Rural businesses struggle to maintain the same level of connectivity possessed by their metropolitan counterparts.
Other challenges include significantly less reliable broadband internet services, access to capital (particularly in rural areas with fewer banking options), and trouble finding and hiring capable employees.
Another unique finding? The lack of awareness of resources available to rural businesses
Rural entrepreneurs do have spaces that … Read the rest