Dan's pedigree is online marketing. Having already created his first online store back in 2007 at the age of just 14, he's had plenty of experience with all aspects of eCommerce. He started his career in online marketing with his first job as a junior marketing consultant in 2010 and by the end of 2012 was responsible for a global multi-million pound clothing store's entire online strategy, having worked his way up to senior online marketing executive all before he was 20. Mid-2013 saw the end of Dan's employed career as he decided to go back into self employment and set up an online novelty T-shirt store. A near instant success saw one of Dan's main competitors come forward and offer £20,000 to buy his website all within 3 months of opening, he accepted and transferred ownership and then moved into wholesaling. It was here that he noticed people would often want to start a business but rarely had the capital, thus starting the countdown to what would become PrintPit, the UKs favourite, cheapest and most reliable custom product dropshipper.
With Dan as your account manager, no matter what you're struggling with, it's very likely that he's been there, done that and sold the T-shirt.
Ells also has a strong background of eCommerce. He too had started his first online store in childhood and has since had massive success with every store he's turned his hand to. Some call it lucky, he calls it talented, but no matter what you call it, his 100% success rate cannot be ignored. By the age of 18, he'd already created his own product and sold it to thousands of customers worldwide, netting over £1million in turnover with a cost of next to nothing. With degrees in design, advertising media and business to back him up, it can't be denied that Ells is qualified to assist in all aspects of running your online store. In 2014, he was running several business, one of which was his own online clothing store, and buying a large portion of his stock from Dan, when the idea of a custom product dropshipping service came up in conversation, Ells sold off his clothing store, put permanent staff in charge of his other ventures and set to work on creating PrintPit full time.
With a diverse background of eCommerce, academic degrees and figures to back it all up, you'll be hard-pressed to find anyone more qualified than Ells to assist you with your online store.
PrintPit often recruits new account managers to cope with our ever growing demand and user-base. All new account managers have to pass our intensive recruitment policy. We don't have minimum academic requirements for our account manager positions, nor do we allow applicants to submit references or CVs. Instead, we invite them to create a store using our dropshipping service and after 3 months we evaluate their suitability based on a tailored recruitment formula covering everything from the design of their store, to the profit they made. If we're satisfied, we let them shadow another account manager until they are competent enough in customer service to man our support team. It is from there that we promote people to account manager status when the demand arises.
Regular account managers include:
Shaun Adams, Erin Adams, Mohammad Farhan, Sara Goodwin & Peter Shepherd.