This is the third in a four-part series focusing on the benefits of dropshipping for the consumer. Stay tuned as we finish our series exploring how this works for all stakeholders in the Fair Trade supply chain.
Handmade jewelry has interested me from the time I was a little girl. My father would take these long trips every year to visit his family in Calcutta, India and would often come back with a suitcase full of amazing jewelry he had bought from the street vendors. I was always intrigued by the colors, sparkle and intricacy of the jewelry pieces.
There is something about the New Year that offers hope, optimism, and a new beginning. As the owners of our startup,Trutogs.com, Bob and I are looking ahead to a bright and better year with greater confidence, especially now that the clock has reset and the race of 2019 has begun.
As I stroll down the aisle ways of a local big box retailer, I am overwhelmed with how much product fills the shelves in every department. It literally turns my stomach to see so many rows of mass produced items, as far as the eye can see. Why are we making so much? Have we really become a throw away, only new will due society?