Apr 04, 2022
In Pickleball Dating
well, so I decided to spray on the straps. Worked way better. Also, one spray wasn’t water-resistant, even though the can said it was. At the end of the test I had a solid result and a good idea on how to actually create the product for my future customers. In addition to the test on the backpack, I did another one. This time for packaging. FINDING THE RIGHT PACKAGING Obviously, I will need to ship the products later on in this business. Therefore, I needed cardboard packaging and some tape. Before jumping into a bulk order of 100 packages I bought one box at a local post office to try their standard sizes. Picture showing an opened shipping box and Telemarketing list tape one by one at a local post office is quite expensive (€2.49/each = $2.82 USD), I did a quick Google search to find a good and affordable supplier. Screenshot showing a Google search query (English translation: Packaging material) Didn’t take too much time, after around 10 minutes I found a good one. 75 packages for €35.25* (around $40 USD or $0.53/each) seemed like a good deal to me compared to the local post office price ($2.82/each). Screenshot showing an ordering page One of the main aspects of my new business is the individual style, and that each backpack is unique. That said, I wanted to have the label “HYKE” on my packages so the customer instantly knows who sent this package.