Doing Our Part to Empower Black-Owned Businesses in Ecommerce
ShipBob helps to support black-owned businesses by offering a best-in-class fulfillment and logistics solution to help them stay competitive and courageously make their mark in the industry.
Angelica J. Allen,
Inbound Business Development Manager at ShipBob
I once had a passion to start my own ecommerce business and did not know where to start and what fulfillment was. With my experience now, I am able to share the dos and don’ts and grab the attention of other black-owned businesses who are doing it themselves.
READY, SET, SHIP
Streamlined fulfillment from your online store to your customer’s door
Connect your store and send us your products
We store your inventory securely in our fulfillment centers
Your customer places an order on your store
We pick, pack, and ship the order to your customer fast
ShipBob Makes it Easy to Get Started
We’ve onboarded thousands of ecommerce merchants and helped some of the fastest-growing brands scale effortlessly. Our implementation team sets you up for success with everything from configuring your ship options, to syncing your online store.
ShipBob’s turnkey integrations with all major ecommerce platforms and marketplaces – including Shopify, Squarespace, Wix, Square Online, BigCommerce, Amazon, and Walmart – let you import orders and send data back and forth for a two-way flow of information.
We’re Here For You
– Kendra Jeelani, Business Development Representative at ShipBob
Hear why Kendra joined ShipBob, learn about her background, and what excites her about working with black-owned businesses and entrepreneurs.
Supporting Black-Owned Ecommerce Businesses
We’ve compiled the resources here aim to help support the black community, from independent black-owned brands you can shop and steps the retail industry can take to better represent black founders, to causes you can donate to and steps other brands have taken that you can implement.
ShipBob ended up shipping a few thousand orders with minimal issues in Q4. I loved watching it happen in the ShipBob portal this year, rather than in my living room.
Founder of The Finer Things 1920