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Linnworks for Less with iwoca

MarkC | March 6, 2014 | Comments
iwoca Full Logo - Large PNG (Transparency)With the recent updates to Linnworks pricing, customers can save 15% by paying annually rather than monthly. This option has been very popular for a number of our customers but we understand that not everyone wants to make a big upfront payment. Now, thanks to our partnership with our good friends at iwoca, there is an innovative new way for limited companies to save up to 35% on the monthly rates!
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Topics: Linnworks News, eCommerce News, Linnworks Partners

Meet the Partner - Boffer

MarkC | February 27, 2014 | Comments

Boffer logoBoffer is the best resource on the net for traders. They have everything you need to trade online and more.

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Topics: Linnworks News, Linnworks Partners

Meet the Partner - Mighty Zebra

MarkC | January 22, 2014 | Comments

Mighty ZebraOur featured partner this month is a fulfilment specialist, ‘Mighty Zebra’, also known as ‘Pickit and Packit’.

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Topics: Linnworks News, Shipping & Fulfilment, Linnworks Partners

A month on the road: October with the Linnworks team

MarkC | November 20, 2013 | Comments

Linnworks on the RoadOctober has been a busy month for us here at Linn Systems. We’ve been out of the office almost as much as we've been in it. We've been meeting our customers, working with various partners and letting everyone see us in the flesh, without our headsets or keyboards in the way.

Lets look back at where we've been, and who we've met.

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Topics: Linnworks News, eCommerce News, Linnworks Partners

World First - Foreign Exchange

MarkC | November 11, 2013 | Comments

 

Our partners at World First are able to assist online sellers working across multiple markets and currencies to achieve greater control over their funds and better exchange rates between those currencies. World First do this by setting up bank accounts in the native currencies of your Amazon accounts. This then allows you to repatriate your revenues back to your home bank account at your own convenience, at better exchange rates.

As the market increasingly demands cross-border trading, it makes sense to consider the margins you make or sacrifice moving your money between currencies, allowing you to optimize your prices to achieve higher sales.

But don’t just take our word for it, here’s some information from them:

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Topics: eCommerce News, Cross Border Trade, Linnworks Partners