PayPal Christmas themed gift cards


A recent PayPal study found that money is the number one gift Americans want this Christmas, and 62% wish they could ask for cash instead of traditional presents. But, the study also found that the main reason people don’t give money as a gift is because they’re afraid it’s not personal enough. To fix the […]

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Amazon want you to upload data via a van


Amazon are forever running into 1st world problems and their latest solution addresses a bug bear which affects many of us – the speed of the Internet. When Amazon launched their Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform it made a lot of sense. Use a computer in the cloud as and when you needed computing power […]

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£30 off Amazon Warehouse deals over £100

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It looks like Amazon have another deacon the table. If you buy from Amazon Warehouse and spend more than £100 then you could also bag a £30 saving. Find out more here. So what exactly are Amazon Warehouse Deals? As they say: “Amazon Warehouse Deals is a business of Amazon that sells open-box & used […]

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KPMG import and export trade consultations: numerous dates

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Enterprise Nation and KPMG are offering half hour trade consultations with one of their experts. They are aimed at SMEs who have import or export questions that they need answered. To find out more and book a slot, visit the relevant page here. Slots are available between now and the end of January. The consultations […]

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Meet the company: Just Applications


Formed in November 2006, Just Applications was created by eBay sellers (Darren Ardener & Sean Sale), realising there must be an easier way to sell items on eBay and save time in the process. Two applications were born Ad-Lister & Just Ship IT! Just Ship IT! – Order Management (Printing, Despatch, Customer Records) The primary […]

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eBay lobbies Australia on proposed online import tax

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There’s a proposal on the table down under: the Australian government is considering a 10% import tax on online purchases. The GST measure was included in the 2015 Australian budget and legislation is expected to be sent to Parliament in early 2017. As it stands GST isn’t applied to imports valued at under $1000AUD. eBay […]

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Target Spanish & Italian holidaymakers this weekend


London retailers are set to get a big boost from Spanish and Italian ‘shopcationers’ – people travelling to shop – this weekend, with the weak pound making the Capital the top destination for international shoppers over Europe’s Immaculate Conception public holiday, according to new data released today by group. group’s recent booking data […]

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New to Amazon: Features and benefits webinar 7/12/16

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If you’re new to selling on Amazon or need some refresher help to get your business motoring along, Seller Dynamics are holding an “A to Z of how Amazon works & what to do maximise your sales” webinar on Wednesday this week. The webinar will be covering 1. Amazon – Introduction, Sales & The Opportunity […]

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Amazon reveal their vision of future shopping: Amazon Go

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Amazon see a future for real world shops where there are no checkouts and you just walk around collecting what you want and then walk out. They announced Amazon Go in a Youtube video this afternoon. So here’s how it works. You have the Amazon Go app on your phone and you check into the […]

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More Post Office strikes may be on the way


It looks like there will be more industrial action from members of the Communications Workers Union (CWU) in the last few days before Christmas. Under plans, which have yet to be confirmed, counter staff would strike on December 19th, 20th and Christmas Eve and money handlers would take action on December 22th and 23th. The […]

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