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For Anne Hed, cycling started as a way of life — and eventually, that passion evolved into a successful business. Hed Cycling began as a small operation working to sell a faster bike wheel. Today, they’ve grown into an international success, garnering praise throughout their industry.
But a great product is only the beginning. To grow their business, Hed Cycling needed a fast, efficient way to reach customers all around the world. FedEx worked with this business to provide Hed Cycling customers with reliable delivery, and we’ve been excited to walk alongside Hed Cycling as they continue to provide some of cycling’s best equipment.
Mohammed and Ibrahima Diallo started a Harlem-based small business that produces and bottles organic, non-GMO African beverages. With help from FedEx, Ginjan Bros was able to build their online store and find the right way to ship their juice.
Later, the brothers won a $25,000 business grant in the FedEx Small Business Grant Contest and gained more market exposure with a professionally produced video and a feature on the FedEx® Small Business Center.
Nicole Snow has created a successful business and job opportunities for women in developing countries. Since she sources the material for her yarn overseas, Nicole needed help importing materials from India and Nepal, as well as effective solutions to deliver the final product to her customers — all while she was working from her garage at home. We helped her create a logistics plan that fit her business and have worked with her as she's seen tremendous growth in the last few years.
Nicole was the grand prize winner of the 2013 FedEx Small Business Grant Contest. She's been featured in FedEx videos and served on an advisory panel of entrepreneurs (sponsored by FedEx) to give advice to other small business owners.
One of the first lessons Steven Sutton, CEO and founder of Devoción, learned about business was that efficient delivery can make or break a brand. Steven worked hard to build a business devoted to providing farm-fresh coffee, from green to cup, in 10 days. He realized that there was massive potential outside his home market of Bogotá, Colombia, but he refused to expand unless he could offer that same freshness to his new markets. FedEx gave Steven the service he needed to open a café and roaster in Brooklyn.
Thanks to the speed and reliability FedEx provides, Devoción has become the first farm to table coffee roaster in the United States, flying its green beans direct from Bogotá to New York City weekly for roasting — and he’s able to compete in the tough U.S. coffee market, as well as deliver to almost any international location.
Curt Richardson, CEO and founder of OtterBox, has a simple business philosophy: "If you do the right things, the right things will happen." And for a founder who went from making phone cases in a garage to generating hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue, he's done a lot right.
One of those "right things" was choosing FedEx as a provider to help OtterBox grow. Handling such massive growth isn't easy. OtterBox relied on FedEx to help them continually grow their supply chain to meet increasing demand — giving OtterBox more time to focus on improving and manufacturing products.
With help from FedEx, OtterBox has seen tremendous success. And they've been able to use that success to help their hometown, Fort Collins, Colorado. OtterBox now runs a global supply chain from Fort Collins that provides jobs and helps the local economy.
We live in a busy world. With shifting schedules and last-minute changes, a great delivery experience has to be flexible. That's why we offer simple, convenient delivery options to make both businesses and customers happy.