We often get asked about how to start an online / ecommerce store. Lots of the time people are worrying about how to set up the website, but when we ask about how they are going to package/post the goods they say they hadn’t thought about that. And there is so much more to setting up an online store, there is a lot of offline things that need to be done as well as all the online stuff.
Having previously started an online store from scratch, we have an understanding of all the offline stuff that needs to be done as well as all the online stuff. So we have decided to bundle all this knowledge into a comprehensive online course.
About the course
In this ecommerce course we will debunk a few myths and guide you through the process of starting an online store from scratch. In the course, the examples/work you complete will focus on you and your future store. It will be the planning and steps you need to do to start an ecommerce store. So it wont all be sample theory, you will be working on developing your ecommerce store and understanding the process of getting started in the world of ecommerce.
We are super excited to be launching this course soon, as we know many people who want to start an ecommerce store, but are daunted by the task ahead of them.
And we understand that.
Digital Sphere founder, Heather Winchcomb started an online store from scratch, then ran and grew the business for 8 years, prior to selling it. She knows the challenges that business owners face when developing an online business, but it can also be rewarding, so armed with years of knowledge, she has devised this course to help you get started and then grow your online store.
So if you have ever considered starting an online store, but have been unsure about where to start, or unsure about setting up certain aspects of an ecommerce store, then this course is for you.
Register your interest today and we will update you with course dates, course information and early-bird offers.
There will only be limited places available so that we can provide a more personal course structure.