British Columbia, May 29, 2018 ( Issuewire.com ) - Thetrailsendboutique.net a store that was launched back in March of this year would like to announce that it is open for business on-line in North America, Europe and other countries around the world. The company prides itself with offering a variety and a wide range of over 700 products, a 30-day return policy and secure payment options. It is a secure site with all the certifications and is PCI compliant. The store also offers a benefit to customers if they order in bulk they get a 10% discount, you have to visit the site to find out more details on this.
Background of the store owner
The store owner Wendy Quick was born and raised in British Columbia, Canada and operates her business inside her home. Her husband and adult daughter resides with her (due to her disability) and supports Wendy in dividing her time with them and operating her business. Wendy found it hard to return back to the workforce due to caring for her family and being a homemaker for a long time. It was hard to refresh her skills and experience currently, so it came down to where she had to decide that the only alternative was to have her own business. "I've always had the desire to operate my own business, but I didn't know what exactly," Wendy says. "I was researching on-line the several ways to operate a business at home, and found that the Shopify concept was the right fit for me. It makes it easier for me as I don't have to commute to work, and can fit other tasks in with my time so it offers a work-life balance for me. I treat my business like it is a job I show up to every day, and always tweak my business or search for more ideas that could help. I have come up with an idea recently that I will be getting in touch with a representative to help me with advertising, marketing and other suggestions he has more experience with."
It sounds like her business is taking shape and progressing well and it does generate a lot of traffic. It is known that according to the information from Shopify, thetrailsendboutique.net is in the top 1% of stores launched the same week for traffic, and one of the blogs she submitted is in the top 10% of all recent Shopify store posts.
About the store
The Trail's End Boutique Variety Store offers quality and trendy products such as Ladies Clothes featuring denim boyfriend shorts, stylish ripped jeans, jackets, and other products other than denim. The Men's Clothing section carries some great items too. Another large section is in the Women's and Men's Jewelry and it carries a significant amount of reasonably priced Sterling Silver products. (The featured item in Jewelry for example is a Ganapati Elephant Tibetan Silver Bracelet for $37.00. https://thetrailsendboutique.net/collections/jewellry/products/ganapati-elephant-tibetan-silver-bracelet It is a beautiful, rustic statement piece handmade from Tibetan silver featuring charming, lucky Elephants. Adjustable to fit everyone. Each piece may have imperfections and discoloration which is part of the handmade rustic design. Complimented by the Maya cuff bracelet and ring. Each item comes gift packaged in our signature pink bag with a card expressing a special thought for you as well as an explanation of Peace Love Bling and our social mission to empower and protect women and girls.) The store also has an extensive selection of Sporting Goods, Camping Supplies, Custom-made Products and more.
A feature that was implemented in her on-line business recently is donating to two charities with the Lookout Society, and Pledgeling choosing homelessness as a cause for both. Wendy says "We have a large population of homeless people in Vancouver alone. The count is around 2,300 or more people living on the streets. It is really sad and disheartening to see this in our city, it has concerned me because you cannot help but notice this problem. Every year the population of homeless people increases more and more. It is getting harder to keep up with this demand. I think of it too that most people these days are one paycheck close to being homeless. My own family came close to it once several years ago when my husband lost his job, so it does hit home to me."
The Lookout Society of Vancouver provides housing and a range of support services to adults with low or no income who have few, if any, housing or support options and minimal barriers are placed. It operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to Women and Men requiring assistance. They serve 11 municipalities in the Greater Vancouver area, and is a non-judgmental, non-sectarian service. There are several ways to donate and where. Pledgeling is the world's first charitable giving and impact platform that helps build relationships between people and organizations. An application called "Give and Grow" is offered through Shopify, and a non-profit is chosen by the website owner as to where the donations can go and there is a number of platforms to choose from.
"I am hoping that I can make a difference in my world. I may be one person but my store has a lot of traffic so maybe it could be used for something good out there," Wendy says. There is always a possibility that it could make an impact. The website referenced here points it out in several ways, one example ( http://www.growthcoaching.com.au/articles-corporate/small-things-big-impact ) Small signs of progress are more important than we might think in building motivation and commitment. A recent book, The Progress Principle, (Amabile & Kramer, 2011), highlights the critical importance of small movement towards goals. Based on a significant and large scale research project exploring motivation in the workplace the authors developed a comprehensive picture of what constituted 'inner work life' focusing on 3 key components – Perceptions/Thoughts, Emotions/Feelings and Motivation/Drive. The authors concluded, 'making progress in meaningful work is the most powerful stimulant to great inner work life." Facilitating progress is one of the most effective ways for leaders (and coaches) to build motivation and commitment in those people with whom they work.