Shopify Masters is an official Shopify podcast. Each week, hosts Felix Thea and Shuang Esther Shan sit down with entrepreneurs and e-commerce experts as they share their experiences running successful online businesses.
Guests on the show tackle tough topics, covering everything from how to create viral social media ads, to outsourcing parts of your business, creating licensed products, running a newsworthy pop-up shop, content marketing for SEO, and everything in between.
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How Wild Is Removing Waste From Bathrooms and Building a Multimillion-Dollar Brand
In this limited mini-series, Shopify On Location, we visit the United Kingdom to speak with various merchants on their business journey.
How Efficiency Helped This Online Flower Shop Blossom
In this episode of Shopify Masters, we chat with Jennifer Fowlow of Wild North Flowers on how she started a flower shop without a physical store.
How Grind Turned a Single Café Into an 8-Figure Direct-to-Consumer Coffee Brand
We chat with David Abrahamovitch, the founder of Grind on his strategies for retail expansion, fundraising, and building a lovable brand.
Building A Brand From Your Hometown
Seven years ago, Balraj Jutla and Shehan De Silva combined their passion for craft beers with their love for Ontario, Canada to create their own beer company, Lost Craft. In this episode of Shopify Masters, we chat with Balraj on the logistics of running a brewery, expanding to new product lines and retail locations.
How To Take Your Brand Global
Are you having a hard time falling asleep at night? If so, Mark Zhang, the founder of Manta Sleep, has a solution: his company’s adjustable, blackout sleep masks that have taken the ecommerce world by storm.
Creating An Appetite for Products You Need to Taste
Chandler Honey sources its honey close to home — as in literally from the family farm. Tique Chandler’s parents own a bee farm, so honey and entrepreneurship run in the family. In this episode of Shopify Masters, Chandler talks about tying her identity to the brand and the challenges of the food business.
This podcast is so full of knowledge and insight from small business owners. I especially appreciate that the hosts always dig deeper into the details of the success strategies that the sellers share - that’s always where the real gems are, and most other podcasts gloss over these details. It helps so much to be able to understand the specific parts of a strategy that can work for your business too.
Great podcast, I can relate to many stories
This is great podcast, It is nice to relate to different scenarios and approaches to solutions. It is hard starting a business from scratch and managing the growth.
Shopify has changed in a very positive way the way I run my business. Starting with facebook back in the days when making your brand easy to notice.
Changing to a word press site where it was almost impossible to keep track of inventory and production.
To woo commerce where was impossible to edit an order or keep track of any returns. Managing spreadsheets. Thanks to Shopify I can now run my business with 2 people automating more and more the process and still have a life.
All the apps and integrations make our life easier and not time consuming at all.
This podcast, give you tips that are real and easy to understand. Thanks Felix for asking the right questions! Keep up the great work.
Great series - suggestion
Love the series. Great Podcast. Would like to hear about order fulfilment. Tons of content on building a brand, sales and marketing, but how do you fill and ship the orders???