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ShipStation is a collection of game-changing founders creating change through commerce. Each month, our podcast Get Ship Done invites a founder to dig deeper into their business and share the lessons they’ve learned.

Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play or wherever you get your podcasts for new episodes every first Tuesday of the month.

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Get Ship Done Podcast Episode 6: Tower Paddle Boards: Standing Up to the Big Guys

Tower Paddleboards may have cracked the ecommerce code: simply sell a quality product at a lower price than your competitors. Ah, if only it were that simple! Yet, that’s exactly what CEO and Shark Tank-funded entrepreneur, Stephan Aarstol, has done time and time again with his many business ventures. In this episode, we sat down […]

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Shady Rays: A Great Returns Strategy Keeps Customers Coming Back

Becoming someone’s favorite sunglasses brand is difficult. But Shady Rays remains a gold standard for many of its customers. Through competitive marketing efforts, a philanthropic mission, and an ultimate focus on providing the best service and product to their customers, Chris and Dan have found success in ecommerce — shipping upward of 10,000 orders in a […]

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Get Ship Done Episode 4:  Brick-and-Mortar & Ecommerce Success Flowing With ‘milk + honey’

The husband and wife dream team that founded milk + honey—Alissa and Shon Bayer— as a single-location spa in 2006 and have since grown their business beyond physical walls to include a full direct-to-consumer and wholesale product line that has become a cult classic among celebrities, clean beauty influencers, and in many retailers across the […]

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Get Ship Done Podcast Episode 3: Pride Socks: The Gold at the End of the Rainbow

Pride Socks founder Rachel Smith is as passionate about living an authentic life as she is about the perfect tube sock. When she started Pride Socks in 2011, Rachel’s goal was to form a brand that would celebrate the uniqueness of people as well as capture a sense of pride. For Pride Month 2022, it […]

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Get Ship Done Podcast Episode 2: Urban Native Era: Success Sewn from a Social Movement 

Urban Native Era was started by Joey Montoya (Lipan Apache) in 2012 as a social movement to increase visibility of Indigenous People through social media. When he started capturing the Idle No More protests, Montoya was able to expand the cause’s vision. When he launched UNE’s first line of tshirts in 2013 to broaden their […]

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Get Ship Done: Episode 1: Harmony Harvest’s Dirt-to-Door Business Model is Coming Up Roses

Harmony Harvest is a flower farm that grows more than flowers. They have recently grown into a booming ecommerce company. Owner Stephanie Duncan —who joins us in this month’s episode—along with her mother and sister are the women behind the bouquets. Based in Virginia’s Shenendoah Valley, they control the entire business process from growing, to […]

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Get Ship Done: The Podcast Launch

ShipStation’s core mission is to make ecommerce simpler for growing merchants. That’s why we’re happy to announce that we are starting a podcast called Get Ship Done. In this podcast, our host, J.B. Hager will interview successful ecommerce business owners to uncover valuable insight that you can use to become a more impactful ecommerce merchant. […]

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