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E-commerce is booming; whether you are running a home based business or want to sell in the thousands, why should you be left behind?
We women are a talented bunch, aren’t we? Every group of friends I have (and I am sure so do you) includes at least a couple of super talented women; from uber creative and gifted homemakers selling from home to women building large businesses that impact thousands of people.
Hesitant to showcase and market/sell this hard work, some of us end up limiting our work to people in the our own circles. The time is now to capitalize on your talents; if you haven’t yet started selling online, these 5 benefits will melt all your excuses and fears about an online store:
Many women hesitate to go online fearing that they will need to make a large investment in setting up an e-store, or because they do not have the design and technology skills required to set up a functional as well as aesthetic store.
These worries about selling online are today much more manageable; one such new solution comes through Twikster, itself the brainchild of a woman entrepreneur, Namrata Soni. Twikster is an e-commerce enablement platform for even very small businesses to get started with online selling. It includes Twikster GO, a forever free plan that removes your barriers to getting started – you can begin limited support and limited features, and upgrade to more services as your business grows. It showcases your work in a new light – converting it from a hobby to a passion to a profession.
Here are some of the ways in which this service eliminates the common challenges of selling online:
For a woman to chase her dreams has never been easier! To initiate you into your successful venture, Twikster, PayU and 50k Ventures present a special offering for Women Entrepreneurs called ‘Twikster WIN’ which includes the following –
If you have been hesitant to start selling online, or have been facing challenges with setting up an e-store, a bit of determination, a pinch of creativity and a helping hand from Twikster will help you live your dream!
Sign up today and get started with your online story at www.twikster.com
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Inderpreet Kaur Uppal is an author and freelance editor for fiction and nonfiction based in Gurgaon, India. She is a post-graduate in human resources management and has worked as a lecturer for management, corporate read more...
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