Kurt Jensen

What to Do When You Outgrow Your E-commerce Fulfillment Operation

Massive e-commerce sales fueled by the COVID-19 pandemic have left many online and omnichannel retailers dealing with unexpected business growth. Though the e-commerce boom has slowed compared to the explosion seen in 2020, online retail continues to experience steady growth year-over-year. This level of continuous growth came as a shock to the industry, resulting in many e-commerce sellers outgrowing their existing fulfillment capabilities much sooner than they planned. 3 Signs You’ve Outgrown Your Current Fulfillment Capabilities As your business grows, its needs can change dramatically. ... Read More

Meta House Receives Large Donation from Phoenix Investors for Annual Fundraiser

Originally published by Yahoo Finance. Milwaukee's Meta House recently received a large donation from Phoenix Investors, a Milwaukee-based commercial real estate firm, in support of their annual fundraiser. The accompanying event, entitled "A Day for Meta House: Metamorphosis," will include several one-hour sessions on May 11 and May 20 throughout the greater Milwaukee area. The event centers around two women who are in long-term recovery; the women will share their stories, highlighting the changes they've made along the way and the role Meta House and the recovery community as a whole have played in their success. This ... Read More

How Much Longer Will Supply Chain Disruptions Last?

The fragility of the modern global supply chain began to reveal itself in 2018 once a trade war with China—the United States’ largest trading partner—began to heat up. Back-and-forth retaliatory tariffs over the next two years revealed how dependent the U.S. was on Chinese imports, ranging from raw materials like steel to more complex technologies, such as microchips. On the heels of that trade war came the pandemic, which made accessing overseas trading partners not just expensive—but often impossible. Now in its third year, COVID-19 ... Read More

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