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Sydney Meet 2022

Mountain Keyboards recently had it’s 1 year anniversary in August! This last weekend I attended my first meet up as a vendor, having attended many as an enthusiast I am glad I was able to attend this one and sell some goodies. The event was fantastic, with over 400 people turning out and many activities to see it couldn’t have been better. On the day I used a Shopify POS hardware device that integrated with my phone to handle orders, this worked quite well with only one drop out throughout the whole day. Choosing items to bring to an event like this is always hard, you want to bring things that you can sell easily and that catch the eye....

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2022 2nd Quarter Analytics

Earlier this year I posted a blog on my analytics for my first quarter of operating as a business. I thought, here is the second quarter. If you wanted to check out the previous blog it’s available here. Unfortunately I’ve not currently ran the numbers on my profits, but hopefully at some point I’ll be able to show that. Total Sales For the first quarter of this year, I sold just under $46,000 in goods (note: this includes the shipping, taxes and refunds of orders removed). Comparing this to my last blog, it looks like I’ve had quite an increase in sales which makes sense why it’s felt so much busier this quarter. Sales Breakdown Here’s a deeper break down...

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Quarter 1 2022 Sales Analytics

Earlier this year I posted a blog on my analytics for my first year of operating as a business. I thought, why not share these every quarter. If you wanted to check out the previous blog it’s available here. Unfortunately I’ve not currently ran the numbers on my profits, but hopefully at some point I’ll be able to show that. Why? I covered this in the previous blog above, but basically because I find it fascinating and figure why not share it. Total Sales For the first quarter of this year, I sold a just under $21,500 in goods (note: this includes the shipping, taxes and refunds of orders removed). Comparing this to my last blog, it looks like I’ve...

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