The Parliamentary Review – an annual review of industry best practice, authored by ministers, business leaders and top journalists – has showcased James and James Fulfilment as a “best practice representative” in its latest Business Services issue.
Co-founder and CEO, James Hyde (pictured), is featured in the publication – which is distributed to 500,000 business leaders and policy makers – alongside Prime Minister, Theresa May, Tech UK CEO, Julian David, and other C-level executives from top technology businesses.
In his submission, James describes how the idea for our eCommerce fulfilment service emerged, how it helped the company grow rapidly across the UK, US and Australasia, and how Brexit might impact that growth.
James also discusses the ever-changing expectations of online shoppers and retailers – including the demand for faster delivery, simpler returns and real-time tracking – and how the company is responding.
Commenting on the publication, James says: “Being invited to author an article in The Parliamentary Review is a real honour, and a testament to our team and clients – the people who have made our rapid growth possible.”
You can read James’s submission online now.
It all began in 2010, when James Hyde and James Strachan couldn’t find a modern shipping service for the eCommerce business they ran. Faced with messy warehouses based on out-dated systems, they decided to build their own. We’ve not stood still since, helping hundreds of online brands scale up – and scaling with them.