"Before UPS it was difficult to manage our inbound shipments from Vancouver, we had very limited visibility," says Bonnie Sucee, owner, SL Graphics. "Now with my small business account I fill in the electronic shipping label, email it to our vendor and schedule the pickup. We have complete visibility and the flexibility to choose the service that meets our time requirements. It's so simple and more importantly, it allows us to better serve our customers."
Since beginning operations in
Canada in 1975, small businesses from coast-to-coast have worked with UPS to reach new customers, grow sales, implement efficiencies and improve customer experience. In an effort to help them stay competitive, UPS Canada announced today it will be launching a new offer dedicated to small business. Customers can sign up online for an account and UPS Small Business Ambassadors will work with them to understand their business needs, offer tailored solutions and discuss the necessary start up steps.
"We want to make it as easy as possible for small business owners to access solutions for the inherent challenges they face," said Gaspar. "Beyond the offer, our goal is to provide our expertise in an effort to help small businesses improve productivity and reduce costs."
For more information on the offer, services available to small business and to review terms and conditions, go to:
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