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Tips for launching an online retail business

We were recently joined for a lunchtime masterclass with Caroline Stanbury, founder and CEO of luxury gift website Gift-Library.com .

Caroline shared a wealth of tips and inspiration on her four years running the site, which features handpicked women’s, men’s and children’s gifting and caters to those on any budget.

Check out her advice on everything from funding to product selection and how she tackled the technical side of the website, below.

Picture credit: Rex Features

Getting started

When you decided to start your business, what were the very first steps? I don’t mean writing business plans and getting funding. Did you contact companies whose products you wanted to sell or let them come to you? Do you think ‘what you know’ can ever overcome ‘who you know’ in business?

When you going into any business you need to be confident you can get brands on board – which is extremely difficult to judge! It’s a catch 22 as you don’t have anything to show them but at the same time you need them to believe in you and your vision.

Yes, my contacts did definitely help. I had worked in the fashion industry 10 years prior to setting up Gift Library so used this to my advantage, but it was still hard. Once you can convince one person though, it does become easier.

I would love to know when you got your lighbulb moment for the luxury online business – as I am still waiting for mine!

My lightbulb moment was when I woke up one morning and realised I needed my business! I was working all hours of the day and if I had a spare moment I was with my children, and the only time I had to shop was late at night. I wanted something that would bring all my favourite brands to one place, and so Gift Library was born!

It seems to me that we, as women, went from battling for right to work to ‘must be my own boss’. Do you think that corporate career is something you never wanted and your own business was the only way forward for you?

With the stress of raising money, staff, growing sales and ‘doing it alone’ – a corporate career sometimes seem very attractive!

I get asked a lot if I would start my business if I knew what I know now – and I do wonder sometimes when it has grown to the level it has and my stress levels are through the roof.

However, I find running my own business extremely rewarding and love so many parts of the challenge. I also believe I have been spoilt working for myself and I am not sure if I could go back to working for anyone else. Plus, the rewards are much greater when you have your own business.

My advice to you is if you have a passion to start a company and a great idea then you should definitely consider it.

Product selection and marketing

I was just wondering how you make Gift Library stand out from its competitors? There are so many websites competing in the luxury space it must be hard?

It’s an on-going battle as once you think you have cracked it, someone else comes along.

For us it’s about continuity. We make sure we focus on delivering a great service, that the website is trusted which is why I have my name and face visible on the homepage, and also that we have unrivalled product selection.

I am still hands on. Everything that is sold on Gift Library is picked by me, so that I can make sure quality is paramount. This makes me feel comfortable that we are on the right track.

You have such a beautiful range of items on the Gift Library – how do you shortlist from all the great brands you work with to ensure you always have the very best selection of products on the site?

The key with my choice is the diversity of the brands we have as each season I love to choose a small selection from each brand ensuring that the site is forever evolving and new ideas are being brought to the forefront.

We do however always have a core set of products that we keep too they are so timeless and will always be a fabulous gift. I also travel each season to find new and exciting ideas to share.

What do you look for in a truly great stand-out gift? are there any no-nos which turn you off a potential piece immediately? and any absolute yes’s?

A stand out gift for me is something that is luxurious and slightly frivolous that normally you would not buy for yourself.

A complete non gift for me is practical i.e. I never want to receive an iron or a blender and these will not be on Gift Library.

The technical side

I would love to know how you learnt about building an online business, from commissioning a website to maintaining and developing it. Did you always have a tech person involved the creation or did you teach yourself?

When I started it was like the blind leading the blind, I had no tech person and new nothing about the web except I used it and I love the convenience of being able to shop any hour of the day! I still to this day have Business School For Dummies on my desk!

I went direct to a web developer and learnt all I needed to know the hard way – trial and error – and we built the best site we could on my tiny budget.

Once it was up and running I could see what else need to be built to make it more user friendly etc. Now however I would never undertake this job again without my tech team.

If you could go back and do one thing differently what would it be and what would you do instead?

Knowing all I do now if I was to start again I would have taken a greater interest in the formalities and structure of running and owning a business, instead of handing it to others to formulate it for me.

Like most entrepreneurs I was the visionary and wanted to move on and get started.

Funding

What are your top tips for people trying to start their own business who don’t have much finance behind them?

My advice is to start small. I started at home and had one person helping me in the early days.

Importantly, I wasn’t in a hurry. Don’t think big in the early days. A business is like a wheel, as once it starts it picks up momentum, so you need to make sure your ready to move when things start to pick up. If you’re going in the right direction, and can prove growth, you will always find funding.

I have been in the process of setting up a new business for most of 2012, but a stumbling block is finance. Relatively speaking, I don’t need a huge amount – about £20k. What are the options available? Would you recommend a bank loan, or getting an investor (something I didn’t really want to do), or something else? What did you do?

Well it’s a tough question; its very hard these days to get any sort of a loan with a bank without some sort of security against it which I would not suggest you do.

I started out with friends and family investors but again this comes with having to give equity and some control of your business away.

Work/life balance

I have read before that you have three children. I am also a mum and am keen to set up my own business – did you think its harder starting a company when you have children?

Having children made me think about what I wanted to do and what I wanted to teach my children, and giving them a strong work ethic was important. The challenges are the same but it requires better planning on your part with child care and schooling.

It is tough but its also rewarding when your children are proud, and my daughter loves to come and sit with me in the office. With your own business you have the luxury too of choosing the work hours that suit you and your family.

How do you manage your work / life balance? I know that you must be so busy with running the Gift Library, I wondered if you find the time to do things that you enjoy outside of work?

I make sure that at weekends I switch off completely. In the week, I make sure I see my friends twice (who are the same I have had for 20 years) and put up with me being glued to a telephone constantly!!

With my children, I see them every morning and we have breakfast together as well as bed times and bathtimes. There is a lot of forward planning to make sure they have a fun and structured schedule whilst I am working. It’s not perfect, but it works for us and the children have always had a working mother and are extremely happy!

Did you have to manage a full time job whilst developing your business? I’m struggling to find time to fulfill my current job, work on my business plan AND spend time with friends and family without completely burning myself out!

I did have a job to support myself through the set up of Gift Library as I did not take a salary for about the first three years. so I continued with my styling, it was very stressful but rewarding.

Key is to ask for help when you need it and to write lists so as not to forget things and to be really organised in your day-to-day life.


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Top 50 online retailers in the UK: Argos reclaims second place from Apple

Argos is the second most visited online retailer in the UK behind Amazon, reclaiming second place from Apple, according to new data. The research, from Experian Hitwise and IMRG, indicates that Electronics retailers Currys (ranked 15), Comet (30), and PC World (38) all rose up the Hot Shops list this quarter.

Currys and PC World were also ahead year-on-year, up two and three places respectively on February 2011.

This quarter’s five fastest movers in the Hot Shops list were all travel brands. First Choice (up 37 places), Thomas Cook (+23), TravelRepublic.co.uk (+20), Thomson (+15) and Expedia (+12) all climbed in the rankings. Outside of the travel industry the fastest movers were LoveFilm.com (+10), Currys (+6), IKEA (+6) and PC World (+6).

Travel’s winter peak in January saw eleven travel brands rise in the rankings within the top 50. Premier Inn broke into the top 50 for the first time this quarter, and TravelRepublic.co.uk climbed 20 places on November to come back into the top 50.

As expected, this was a strong quarter for travel brands with the five fastest movers of the last three months all coming from this sector. Much like last year, it was the multi-channel travel agencies First Choice, Thomas Cook and Thomson that were the fastest-growing travel sites, although the airlines easyJet, Ryanair and British Airways all rose in the rankings too. By this measure First Choice’s decision last year to switch to purely all- inclusive holidays seems to have paid off, as the travel agency was ranked four places higher this year than in February 2011.

Post-Christmas shopping this year produced the biggest ever day of online shopping, with 96 million UK internet visits going to retail websites on Boxing Day 2011. In January it was the electronics providers and home improvements retailers that saw big increases in online traffic as consumers sought out big ticket items such as TVs, laptops, sofas, wardrobes and bathrooms. Currys, IKEA and PC World all jumped six places in the Hot Shops list since last
quarter, while Homebase and Comet were also among this quarter’s rising websites.

Online-only brands also had a strong quarter. Four of the top 10 in the Hot Shops list this quarter are online-only, including fashion retailer ASOS which climbed two places to 10th position. ASOS was also one of four fashion brands including Next, New Look and Very.co.uk that improved on its position year-on-year. Video rental and streaming site LoveFilm.com climbed 10 places to 18th in the list.

James Murray, Marketing Research Analyst at Experian Hitwise commented: “Travel has done well this quarter despite some really challenging market conditions. In early December many of Europe’s ski resorts were struggling with a lack of snow and things were looking pretty bleak, but massive snowfall in mid-December restored confidence and this together with people planning spring and summer breaks has seen the market bounce back well.

“As we predicted, 2011 was another record-breaking year for online retail with 343 million hours spent shopping online in December. As with Christmas 2010 there is still a gap between multi-channel retailers and online-only retailers. For the last three years multi- channel retailers like Next, Argos and John Lewis have consistently received more traffic than the online-only specialists like Amazon and Play.com. However, some online-only brands are starting to level the playing field, as witnessed by the rise of ASOS, LoveFilm.com and the specialist travel brands in the rankings.”

Tina Spooner, Chief Information Officer at IMRG, commented: “These figures are consistent with what we’re seeing from the IMRG Capgemini Index, where sales in January for the travel sector were up 16% year-on-year, following what was a challenging year in 2011 for the online travel industry. The story is similar for the electronics retailers as well, where growth levels remained below average for the e-retail sector throughout 2011 but returned to fairly steady double-digit growth toward the end of the year.

“The November Hot Shops list coincided with the launch of the iPhone 4S and the passing
of Steve Jobs, which resulted in surges of traffic to displace Argos from second place for the first time. However, Argos has now climbed back to its familiar position, which is unsurprising for a retailer that now makes 40% of its sales online.”

The IMRG-Experian Hitwise Hot Shops List of the top 50 UK e-retailers* is the key indicator of online merchant performance. The List is published quarterly and tracks popularity, as indicated by visits, of those selling goods and services within the IMRG Capgemini Index Classification. This List is based on January 2012 data. The IMRG-Experian Hitwise Hot Shops List excludes eBay and price comparison / aggregator websites such as Kelkoo and Froogle.

** IMRG Capgemini Index Classification: Beer / wine / spirits; Books; CDs / tapes / records; Clothing / footwear / accessories; Computer hardware / peripherals / consumables; Consumer electronics; Digital downloads (e.g. music, software); Flowers; Food, beverages and household supplies; Furniture; Garden / DIY; Health and beauty; Home appliances (e.g. washing machines); Household goods (e.g. kitchenware, bedding); Jewellery / watches; Software; Sporting goods; Tickets (e.g. cinema, theatre, events); Toys; Travel (e.g. flights, holidays, hotels, car hire); Video games; Videos / DVDs


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Top 10 Websites for Shopping on the Cheap

Tell me if this sounds familiar: you’re relaxing in bed on a Sunday with a cup of coffee, coaxing the knot out of your brain left after five margaritas at Cabo Cantina, and flipping through the latest issue of Vogue. Bazaar. or Elle. After two hundred pages of Zac Posen dresses, Louboutin heels, Marc Jacobs bags, and “Smart Splurges Under $500,” you begin to cry.

Even if you traded in that hard-earned internship for a paid job delivering pizzas; even if you dropped out of school and stopped paying tuition; even if you sold a kidney, maybe two, on the black market in Thailand you still wouldn’t be able to afford a pair of $14,000 knee high alligator boots from Manolo Blahnik, or a $20,000 Hermes “Birkin” bag.

If you’re a dedicated follower of fashion like me, but poor as hell (like me), you need to know about these cheap online shopping websites: (In alphabetical order.)

amazon.com This site isn’t just for discounted books anymore. Amazon’s apparel and accessories department offers equally amazing deals on clothing, bags, and shoes from all the top labels. There are deals for every price range from over-the-knee patent boots from Jimmy Choo for $379 ($620 off the original price) to Seven7 skinny jeans for $18, a 70% mark down.

asos.com As Seen on Screen is a British company that specializes in trendy fashion items that are based on (or the same as) items worn by your favorite celebrities. They’ve got ASOS brand leather knee-high gladiators in the style of Ashley Olsen for £55 (about $102), a studded belt identical to the one Carrie wore in the “Sex and the City” movie for £15 (about $28), and an amazing selection of items from independent designers like a sheer chiffon floral top by To Love Kuvaa for £30 (about $56).

fashionjunkee.com This is by far the best place to find imitation designer purses. If you’re thousands of miles from Canal Street (or if the idea of Canal Street makes you retch), you’ll love Fashion Junkee. Their “Inspired by Marc Jacobs” Stam bag is a ridiculously low $46, and their “Inspired by Balenciaga” motorcycle bag is only $58 and comes in twenty different colors.

forever21.com This is the store that definitely sucks away the biggest portion of my paycheck. See a plaid Dolce Gabbana skirt on the fall runway you’re dying to have? Chances are they’ve got a similar item in their store for about a thousand dollars less. But the store can get crowded, and the music they play is annoying, so shopping online is a godsend. They add new merchandise everyday so visit often. Also, be sure to check out their higher end (as in, a few extra Hamiltons) label Twelve by Twelve and their accessories line For Love 21 .

knowlabel.com This isn’t a designer label (Know Label, get it?), but if you don’t care what the tag says then this is an amazing website to find high quality clothing at low prices. My favorite items include a little black party dress with rosettes in the style of Philip Lim for $48, and a white silk pleated babydoll top with black ribbon trim that looks like it was taken off the back of Chloe Sevigny, also only $48.

newport-news.com This site is really all about the shoes. They’ve got dresses, bikinis, and lingerie, but these items tend to be for older women, mostly in their 30s. Skip over that stuff and go right to the footwear. They’ve got a pair of studded platform oxford booties currently on sale for $39 (was $49) that I’ve been dying to buy and classic t-strap pumps in a range of colors for only $29.

rustyzipper.com This is like a flea market you don’t have to wake up at 6 AM and drive to. They’ve got hundreds of vintage items for men and women all for around $30. Shoes, pants, dresses, all categorized by style (“Disco,” “Hippie,” etc.) and era (from the 1940s to today).

target.com I try to stay away from actual Target stores because I find that I walk in just trying to buy paper towels and come home with two bras, a pair of jeans, and a George Foreman Grill. I stick to target.com to keep myself from over-shopping and to make sure that what I walk in for is what I walk away with. In recent years they’ve also earned major style points with their Go International designer labels. Currently it’s Richard Chai ’s turn, but my favorite was definitely Proenza Schouler’s line. I wear their bustier top all the time!

topshop.com Supposedly the British high street chain Topshop is coming to America, but until it makes it to your city, you’ll have to settle for browsing the runway worthy duds and Kate Moss designed separates online.

Has anyone got a favorite discount shopping site they d like to add to this list? I m always looking for new places to burn through my savings.


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    Kim Komando | Special for USA TODAY Aug 8, 2014

    Many people see working at home as the Holy Grail of job perks and thanks to the Internet, it’s totally possible. Whether you want a full-time job or just want to make a little extra money on the side, the options are there if you know where to look.

    I should warn you now that “working from home” and “online jobs” do not translate to “get rich quick.” Always be extremely skeptical of jobs that promise a fortune for very little work. They’re almost guaranteed to be scams.

    Here are some more quick guidelines to avoid scams while looking for jobs online:

    — Always make sure the company is legitimate and has a solid online history.

    — Never pay any money – such as application processing fees – up front.

    — Never give out personal information in your application that a typical company wouldn’t ask for.

    — Do your research.

    With those caveats in mind, let’s look at some jobs.

    A home agent is a catch-all term that includes tasks like phone sales, market research, customer service and tech support. In other words, it’s any job that you would normally do in a large call center with hundreds of other people, but you do it from home.

    You can find home agent jobs listed on regular job boards like Indeed.com, Monster.com and others. Or you can go right to the source with dedicated home agent companies like Converygs, TeleTech and Sitel. These companies generally treat you as an employee with regular hours and health benefits, but if you want to be an independent contractor, check out a site like LiveOps.

    If you don’t mind stepping out of your home occasionally, you can sign up with a service like TaskRabbit. This helps you find small jobs near your home, like walking dogs, picking up groceries and making small repairs, and get paid for them.

    For those skilled in creative or technical areas like graphic design, video and image editing, writing or programming, you can try the life of a freelancer. There are plenty of job boards expressly for freelancers and people who want to hire them.

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    Of course, being a freelancer isn’t always smooth sailing. You’ll run into difficult clients, which could leave you without pay or even in court.

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    If you can write, but don’t want to write for someone else, being an e-book author might be the job for you. With publishers getting $3 billion in sales on e-books last year – that doesn’t include self-published e-books – there’s definitely money to be made.

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