Today is 15th May, and marks the second anniversary of completing our Kickstarter campaign and, what’s more, it feels as though MURO has taken some significant strides in the last week to commemorate the even
I think it’s right to take a look back over your shoulder as you walk away. One last glance to cement the lessons, to remember how managing everything single-handedly felt and be reminded to keep my hands loose on the reins.
Our Shopify store is now 4 months old and in June we reached double digit sales for the first time!!! Behind the scenes processes are running smoothly, initially I hadn’t realised how important the fulfilment and delivery process was but ultimately when you buy something online, primarily, you want it to arrive on time. No admin included.
MURO has been quiet on social media for a while now, but much like a downy duckling, below the surface has been a clumsy but intense drive to create the business infrastructure we need. Clumps of downy spreadsheets are now being replaced by systems that will allow us to automate and operate (and fly)!
What a month it’s been, over the last 5 weeks we’ve shipped out the remaining 30% of our Kickstarter rewards, and been to the Baby Show in London. We approached both of these challenges as beta tests, putting what you have out there before is polished, letting the real-world show you the way and making sure you’re listening.
That’s it!! 161 MUROs have made it out into the world and despite being quite a few months later (September...2...3...4...5...February) than intended, I’m still putting it down as a massive overall win and having resisting the urge to fall to my knees heroically!