I've started this store, The Uplift Style, as an entrepreneurial venture after I got to know about the ecommerce dropshipping model online. It is a great model with minimal risks since inventory is not in the picture. So I created this store using the Oberlo app within Shopify that allows for dropshipping. However, just after I created the store and tested out all the selling and shipping processes, which works perfectly, I met up with other entrepreneurs at the same time to explore working on a tech startup idea. I'm more passionate on founding a startup and won't have time to continue working on this Shopify store. That's why I'm selling this store to anyone who wants to take it further. Best of luck out there.
This store is set up in such a way as to offer a minimalistic selection of apparel using the dropshipping model. The design of the homepage and product pages are all minimalistic, which fits the theme of this store. If you are interested in selling apparel that targets the minimalistic style, you might want to check this store out. You're also welcome to take over the social media accounts that I've created for the store.
How can the future owner improve the business?
You might want to focus more on marketing on Instagram and Facebook. By working with influencers to do product exchanges, you will be able to get sales from it. If you do some study into Facebook Ads, it is another source of income as well.
What work have you put into the store?
The store is set up with many products and categories ready that caters to men's or women's clothing. You can begin selling right after taking over the store. If you need more products, simply use the Oberlo app or on Aliexpress (with the Oberlo Chrome extension) to import more products into the Shopify site. It's fairly simple and straightforward with no inventory costs and a low learning curve.
How many hours does it take to run this business per week?