Neil Whippey and Shami Radia, the founders of Eat Grub, are on a mission to “change the way the West eats”. With their successful eCommerce business, this London-based duo is promoting insects as a sustainable and nutritious source of food – one delicious snack at a time. Hatching a Plan A few years ago, Shami […]
The search for healthy food is no piece of cake. It’s easy to get trapped, bouncing between grocery stores with tiny “Health Food” sections (what exactly is the rest of the store offering?) and stopping at multiple, specialized shops along the way, possibly never really finding what you want. Around the world, healthy food store […]
Imagine you live in a major city but WordPress is virtually unknown. Websites with presence are run by the government, there’s no WordCamp or meetup or startup culture, and people think you make keyboards when you say you’re a computer engineer. Now imagine that same city five years later. A multitude of diversified voices can […]
The Gold Coast of Australia is a highly sought-after tourist destination with its sunny sub-tropical climate, perfect beaches, surf culture, and buzzing nightlife. Tourism aside, it’s a major film production hub and – the home of Thrive, a digital agency integrating WooCommerce beautifully into their clients’ stores. Read on for our Q&A interview with Thrive’s founder, including why they […]
Read the inspiring story of Cured, a small fine foods shop that grew its online presence with the help of WooCommerce, Square and lots of love. The post How Cured creates personal connections between customers and food appeared first on WooCommerce.
Started by a couple with $2k in savings and a love of worldwide snacks, Universal Yums rose to fame and glory nearly overnight. Read their story here. The post How a subscription-based snack business became an overnight success appeared first on WooCommerce.
Read the story of Gegessen Wird Immer, a Berlin-based startup using WooCommerce to sell fresh, healthy and delicious food across Germany. The post How a Berlin startup is bringing artisan food back to everyday life appeared first on WooCommerce.
There’s a saying that a worried mother does better research than the FBI. When it comes to caring for, feeding and clothing tiny humans, the maternal force is strong. Shannon of Ubuntu Baba recognised an opportunity from her frictional experience trying to find a suitable baby carrier online, and built a beautiful business to serve new mums with a […]
They say you can’t have it all. Between building a career, staying fit, nurturing your family, advancing in knowledge, exploring the world and all of the things the world has to offer, one couldn’t be blamed for waving the white flag of surrender. Mini Learners is a refreshing exception to the adage. Read on to learn how Egle, […]
Many of us have fond memories of our earliest entrepreneurial efforts. Toffee apples sold to stoic neighbours, lemonade stands, school bake sales, or 1c per hungry snail from the rose garden. Whether to keep us out of mischief or earn precious savings towards a life changing item (for me it was a Barbie microwave and rollerskating troll), learning to earn at a young […]