BOLTON, ENGLAND, August 27, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Free delivery has been a key to the success of a new business which has turned from a home-based hobby into a full-time online enterprise for a Norfolk couple.
Martin and Monica Lott set up FYFO.co.uk, and now sell footwear through their own website and on eBay from more than 60 top brands and offering no-cost delivery on all standard orders has helped them hit the ground running since the site was launched at the start of this month.
But according to marketing director of online delivery services agent Parcel2Go.com, Richard Mercer, they are just one of many examples of how getting the right delivery services company on board from the start can give any aspiring business a leg up.
"Millions of British people love selling their unwanted items on eBay, but turning that love into a viable business can be a completely different matter," he said.
"Keeping a close eye on costs is key in this respect, and that's where Parcel2Go has helped so many people's hard work to set up their own thriving company pay off.
"For eBay traders, the cost of sending out their goods can eat up a large chunk of their profits. We aim to make those overheads easier to swallow, by offering them a range of delivery service options suited to both their budgets, and the products they are selling," Mr Mercer added.
Many people are unaware of the sheer scale of the choice of parcel delivery
options they have available when going into supplying goods by post, he pointed out.
"Parcel2Go.com has negotiated special deals with a range of leading carriers, so we can help ambitious business owners find a first-class delivery service that doesn't cost them the earth," he said.
Parcel2Go Ltd has been offering its customers the opportunity to organise a courier to London
, Monaco, and everywhere in between, for the past 21 years.
Based in Bolton, the company operates a cost-effective collection and delivery service using couriers such as Parcelforce and DHL
throughout the UK, Europe, and countries across the world.
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