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Interfauna and Selling Online by Sue Prentice

Interfauna and Selling Online

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Interfauna and Selling Online by Sue Prentice

Interfauna and Selling Online provides a fascinating insight into setting up and running a successful online business, making it the perfect book for anyone looking at getting into web-based retail. Sue Prentice, the director of Interfauna, uses her company as a case study. Sue talks us through the basics of product development and production, trade fairs, accounting and the competition from Amazon. She touches upon her philosophy of the workplace. All of this makes Interfauna and Selling Online topical, easy to read and an invaluable guide to others wishing to set up online businesses. Interfauna Ltd was set up by Sue and in this book she tells the story of the first ten years of trading. The firm sells soft toy animals on the website www.interfauna.co.uk and has received many accolades, including being named by The Independent as one of the 50 best online shops, and also featured in the business section of The Daily Telegraph. The company has a particularly extensive range of animals, many of them both unusual and exclusive to the company, and over the years has sold saigas, binturongs, bilbys, fossas, naked mole rats, aye-ayes, a mongoose and a honey badger. Interfauna and Selling Online is also an inspiration for anyone aspiring to the coveted role of running a business from home.

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Book Info

Publication date

1st February 2012


Sue Prentice

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Matador an imprint of Troubador Publishing


192 pages


Advice on careers & achieving success
Small businesses & self-employed
E-commerce: business aspects



Publisher Profile

Matador an imprint of Troubador Publishing is an imprint of Matador

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