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How to Start Successfully a Delivery Service

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08/02/2021 - 20:14

The demand for delivery services is booming. It is no surprise more people want in on the action. Read on for tips on how to start successfully. How to Start Successfully a Delivery Service There is a high demand for delivery services. Taxi apps like Uber and Lyft, food delivery services like Just Eat and Read More... The post How to Start Successfully a Delivery Service appeared first on Wall Street Survivor.


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    From Moonpig to Thortful, there’s a huge range of online greeting card companies out there. But how do you know which company to go for, and what’s the best way to send a heartfelt message online? Well, to help you narrow the search, here’s a look at six of the UK’s most popular greeting card companies.  [top_pitch] 1. Moonpig Moonpig is one of the most popular online greeting card retailers in the UK. Within minutes, you can upload your own photos and turn them into warm, funky or sweet greeting cards, or you can choose from a wide range of stock designs. Prices start at 99p for eCards, and around £3.29 for standard cards.  It costs 85p to send a card first-class through the post, and they usually arrive within three working days.  You can send gifts like Mother’s Day flowers, alcohol and chocolate with your card – delivery starts at £2.99. The free Moonpig app lets you quickly create, order and send your own custom greeting cards. The best part? Once you buy a card, you can set up an auto-reminder with Moonpig for next year – no more forgetting birthdays!  2. Thortful Think of Thortful as a community marketplace for greeting cards. Community members create cards for every occasion and sell them through the platform. Prices start at £3.29 for physical cards. You can’t send eCards.  Thortful sends all cards by Royal Mail First Class post. It’s 81p to send one A5 card in the UK. A4 cards are a little more expensive – postage starts at £2.09. Want to add gifts to your order? From flowers to wine, you can send it with Thortful.   According to Thortful’s founder, it only takes around three minutes to pick, customise and send a card through the app.  If you want to make money online, it’s free to set up a creator’s account and start designing. 3. Funky Pigeon Like Moonpig and Thortful, Funky Pigeon sells custom and stock cards for every occasion from Mother’s Day to Halloween. However, it’s stand-out feature is its ‘photo album’ service. From £7.29 (excluding P+P) you can create your own photo album and send it to loved ones. Cool gift idea, right?  eCards cost £1.49, which is a little expensive. However, you can sign up for a Funky Pigeon membership and send unlimited cards for up to six months. Standard cards start at £1.99 and delivery costs from 85p for UK delivery by Royal Mail.  There’s a wide range of gifts on offer, from balloons to t-shirts. You can even send face masks in these pandemic times.  Having a wedding or baby shower soon? Funky Pigeon has pages dedicated to invites.  If you’re sending multiple cards or invitations, Funky Pigeon has much to offer.    [middle_pitch] 4. Scribbler If you’re looking for funny or unique greeting cards, check out Scribbler. While you can’t send eCards through the site, it has a great range of card themes to choose from, and prices start at £3.19.  You can filter out ‘rude’ cards (or browse them exclusively).  Delivery starts at just 76p for first class Royal Mail delivery, which is pretty good value.  Like Thortful, Scribbler works like a community marketplace, and you can make money online by becoming a designer.  Want something fun like a Game of Thrones greeting card or a chew toy for your pet’s birthday? Check out Scribbler.  5. GreetingsCardCo Fancy donating to charity when you buy a greeting card? You might want to head over to GreetingsCardCo. The site has over 3000 designs to choose from, and you get free delivery on orders over £10.  5% of your order’s value goes to charity. If you run a small business, there’s a bulk-buy discount available for sending cards to clients and staff.  You can request a handwritten card – a standout feature compared to other companies like Thortful and Moonpig.  Standard delivery begins at £1.99, and you can buy a card from roughly £2 upwards. eCards aren’t available. 6. Paperchase  A high street staple, Paperchase sells everything from greeting cards to office supplies. And, if you’re in education, healthcare or the emergency services, you’ll get a 25% “heroes discount”. Standard delivery is free on orders over £25. It’s £2.99 otherwise. Some of the cards are a little expensive, but if you browse, you can find great value cards.  You can’t buy eCards.  “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner. But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared. What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations. And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! More reading This FTSE 100 share price is flying! Should I buy it for my ISA? Coupang stock IPO: should I buy the ‘Amazon of South Korea’? 3 reasons why I’d buy £1,000 worth of Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust shares today I’d avoid the Barclays share price and buy this FTSE 250 growth stock 5 of the best post-lockdown shares to buy now The post From Moonpig to Thortful, here are the 6 best ways to send warm wishes online appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
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  45. Anybody have any insights into ASTS? (03/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I have seen this mentioned randomly before, but nothing much else. Their concept seems solid, space based cellular service, but I don't want to invest without learning a little more. Looking at yahoo finance I can't find a ton of information on them. All I can seem to find need wise is 2023 seems to be when things will take off, literally, when they start launching satellites and what not. Does anybody have any additional information into the company? Are you looking into them too?   submitted by   /u/thenudedentist [link]   [comments]
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  46. Coronavirus Update: EU expects to take delivery of 1 billion COVID-19 vaccine doses by end-September, agrees on digital certificate for travelers (25/05/2021 - Market Watch)
    The European Union, which has been lagging in getting its 450 million citizens vaccinated against COVID-19, expects to take delivery of 1 billion vaccine doses by end-September, propelling it past its goal of inoculating at least 70% of its population by late summer.
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  47. Samsung TV Plus “100% free” OTT streaming service launched in India: Eligibility, content partners and everything to know (31/03/2021 - Financial Express)
    Samsung touts it as a 100% free service with over 15 million active users.
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  48. Creating new companies: India Accelerator funded 27 start-ups in 2020; aims to mentor 100 start-ups in 2021 (31/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    The pandemic year (2020), Bhatia said, has been tough on start-ups. “The funding funnel dried up, revenues declined, profits shrunk, and companies scaled down growth plans. Early-stage and mid-stage start-ups are the worst-hit, especially in travel and transportation space,” he said.
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  49. SpaceX successfully lands Starship for the first time (06/05/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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