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How to Find Your Business Niche to Optimize Product Market Fit

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When starting a business, it is important to set yourself apart from the competition. The biggest way you can do…
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Meet the Dumpling Coaching Team & Learn How to Connect with Them

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One of the many things that makes Dumpling unique is our coaching program. We have a small team of coaches who specifically focus on helping business owners start, run, and grow their businesses. The Dumpling coaches work closely with business owners in both one-on-one and group settings to offer advice, share best practices, brainstorm marketing ideas, and answer questions. 
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Top 5 Nice-to-haves for Running Your Grocery Delivery Business

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The Coaching Team at Dumpling is often asked what sorts of items can be helpful for running a delivery business, so we have compiled a list of what business owners often recommend. Keep in mind that your business may be different from other businesses on the platform and all of these are just suggestions.
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Stay-at-Home Mom Feared Solopreneur Grocery Delivery Until She Fell in Love with Building Her Own Client Base

7 Mins read
Val Scaturro’s lived many different lives over her short 35 years. From early beginnings as a young entrepreneur in Chile selling painted rocks and custom-made sushi, to owning an online makeup boutique, teaching preschoolers, and heading off to veterinary school. But her most successful ventures have been becoming a mom and hurdling fears to start her business on Dumpling, Val Shops for You.
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Good Old-Fashioned Hard Work and Being a Shining Light is How This Incredible Grocery Delivery Entrepreneur Thrives

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Emily Ostrom’s commitment to her clients goes so deep that she didn’t even stop grocery shopping to chat for this…
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Spurred by Pandemic Changes, This Rural Grocery Deliverer Grows with Family-Forward Attitude While Mentoring Other Shoppers

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My Hannah. My Sandy. My Jerry and Barb. That’s how Jennifer Slack speaks about her Dumpling clients; as if they’re dozens of family members. At 6 feet tall, pulling 2 carts secured together with a Velcro strap around the grocery store, Jennifer works hard to show her clients, many of them widowed seniors, how much she cares for them.