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InventoryLab’s New Settings Are Here!

If you’re a current IL user, you may have noticed recently that your Settings look a lot different. Or maybe you saw the most recent IL newsletter. But just in case you don’t already know, we have some big news for InventoryLab users that we’re excited to share! We’ve been hard at work behind the […]

It’s Almost Tax Time: Are You Ready?

As 2020 has come to an end and the flurry of Q4 and the holidays are just happy memories, we now get to turn our attention to everyone’s least favorite topic: taxes. Staying Current Can Ease Tax Time Headaches If you’ve been organized all year, this is where you reap the rewards. If not, you […]

Happy Holidays!

As we rapidly approach the end of the year, we wanted to take a moment to say thank you to all of our subscribers, employees, and business partners. We are so grateful for all the support we continually receive from everyone. Because of all of you, InventoryLab continues to be the standard for Amazon sellers […]

End of Year Ecommerce Checklist

The first quarter of the new year is only weeks away, the holidays are upon us, and this year (this long, long year) is nearly over! Now that we can see the end in sight, in addition to breathing a collective sigh of relief, take a look at the checklist below to find out what […]

Ecommerce Trends For 2021

Let’s face it: 2020 has been one long year for everyone. In a year that brought us a global pandemic, divisive politics, and remote learning, it sometimes felt like 2020 might never end. But fear not, the light at the end of the tunnel is just ahead because 2021 is right around the corner! Everyone […]

Remote America: Where We Stand Now

Back in March of 2019 we published this blog about the trend toward remote working. Little did we know then that one year later we would be facing a global pandemic on a scale that hadn’t been seen in over a century. The number of Covid-19 cases is once again steadily rising throughout the world, […]

Q4: The Perfect Time to Put Parkinson’s Law to Work for You

You’ve heard me talk before about Parkinson’s Law. It was developed in the 1950’s by Cyril Northcote Parkinson, and can be simply stated that the amount of work required adjusts (usually increases) to the time available for its completion. This is applied to our resource of time. However, the law can be applied to all […]

Grace Under Pressure

Staff Spotlight on Grace Holt, Business Analyst In September we welcomed Grace to the team as our new Business Analyst! She has the experience and skills to bring something special to the role, and we’re excited that she’s on board. Read on to find out more about one of the newest members of the IL […]
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