Sustainability will also start to play a bigger role as consumers become increasingly aware of their favourite brands’ environmental footprint and what they’re doing to help the planet. We’re seeing innovation across marketplaces like Zalando that allows customers to search by a brand’s sustainability credentials, which helps brands capture more sustainably-minded customers whose priorities have shifted towards a greener future. The brands that meet these new consumer expectations will be the big winners in the coming years.
Our main focus will be on building the company’s UK operations and by the end of 2023, we expect to have grown our network across Europe. Alongside enhancing domestic deliveries, ShipBob will be offering British brands instant access to consumers across the North American market and the ability to ship to US shoppers within a few days. We will also provide brands with peace of mind against supply chain challenges by offering instant access to our network of popular national and international carrier partners to ensure that products can always be delivered to a consumer’s door.
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Additionally, we’re offering brands the opportunity to split their inventory across multiple warehouse locations to minimise costs. Initially, this can sound counter-intuitive but delivery zones across the US and the tax charges for selling into Europe from the UK, for example, mean charges can skyrocket quickly. By having your inventory split across multiple fulfilment centres you can meet your customers where they are and drive down last mile delivery costs.YunoJuno’s Shib Mathew: the labour market hasn’t responded adequately to how people choose to work
By Nikki Gilliland March 31st 2022
Shib Mathew is the founder and executive chairman of freelance management platform, YunoJuno. I chatted with Shib about his role, YunoJuno’s recent growth, and his thoughts on the evolution of the workplace.
Talk me through your role… what does a typical day look like for you?
Every day is different which I absolutely love. Since becoming Executive Chairman, I’ve been able to spend more time focusing on how we maintain our vision as a company as well as looking to the future. What this means on a day-to-day basis is that I’m able to check in with teams more regularly in assessing how we are looking after our two most important communities – freelancers and clients – and where we can do better.