Tagged WooCommerce Subscriptions
The Release of Subscriptions 2.5.0
The Prospress Extensions team has been working hard to bring us the release of Subscriptions 2.5.0 this week. So what is new?
Five Australians walk up to a Booth: Prospress Sponsors WordCamp Brisbane
This year at WordCamp Brisbane Prospress were Gold Sponsors. We sent our five Australians to attend the WordCamp.
A Prospress Support Wizard at WordCamp Montreal
Sarah, a wizard in Prospress’ support team, tells us about her experience talking at WordCamp Montreal.
Subscriptions 2.3 is here!
Subscriptions version 2.3 was released on July 5th. We are excited to introduce a number of new features in this release along with performance enhancements, fixes, and other changes that may be interesting to developers. This post will take you through some of the changes coming in this release of Subscriptions.
Subscriptions Gifting is Here!
WooCommerce Subscriptions Gifting is now available in the WooCommerce Marketplace. This is big news for both store owners and their customers! So let’s delve into what this is all about.
Three65 Underwear Subscription: Never Run Out of Clean Undies Again
Some of the best candidates for subscription products are day-to-day necessities, like toothbrushes, toilet paper, and pet food. These items might not be the most exciting, but all (or most) of us need them on a regular basis.
William Strange and some friends realised that underwear is something that you just need to buy (especially once you grow up and your parents stop buying them for you). But getting to the shops to buy them can be a hassle and expensive. Inspired by Dollar Shave Club, Will decided to launch Three65, an underwear subscription service for men.
In this interview, Will reflects on the story behind Three65, his experience pitching the business on Shark Tank Australia, and some of the challenges he’s faced.
A Subscription Box for Today’s Gentleman
What better way to celebrate the release of WooCommerce Subscriptions 2.0 than with a subscriptions-based entrepreneur interview?
John Haji and the team at Gentleman’s Box have spent the last couple of years building a successful subscription box business for today’s gentleman.
John has tirelessly pursued his vision of a carefully curated Gentleman’s Box since first conceiving the idea in 2013. In the process he’s built an impressive list of brand partners featured in each month’s box, as well as a partnership with GQ Magazine.
Read on to learn more about the Gentleman’s Box business, their inspiration, advice, and plans for the future.
Bump Boxes: A Pregnancy Subscription Box Dedicated to Safe Products
Pregnancy can be a confusing time, especially for first-time mums and parents. Suddenly the pregnant mumma has to be much more careful about what she eats, drinks or puts on her body!
Bump Boxes is a pregnancy subscription box business that’s dedicated to making it easier for expecting families to choose safe and healthy products for their growing baby.
Powered by WooCommerce and WooCommerce Subscriptions, Bump Boxes offers a regular delivery of safe and healthy pregnancy samples or products.
The founding parents of Bump Boxes are Christine and Leland Deehring. Christine took the time to answer some questions about the inspiration for Bump Boxes, the ins-and-outs of their business and marketing operations, and her advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.
Bullymake: A Pet Subscription Box for Power Chewers
Bullymake is a pet subscription box, which targets power chewing breeds (that is, dogs that destroy all of their toys).
Colin Hatzmann is the founder of Bullymake and last week he was kind enough to jump on the phone with me to answer a few questions. Colin has been running Bullymake for about a year now, and it sounds like business is going very well.
Read on to learn about Colin’s inspiration and processes, his experience using WooCommerce Subscriptions to run a subscription box business, and his advice for other aspiring entrepreneurs.
A Toilet Paper Subscription Business With a Twist
Toilet paper. We all need it, and I expect most of us know the frustration of unexpectedly running out. It’s the perfect example of an everyday item that is ideally suited to a subscription delivery model.
TPFactory is making the most of this common sense business opportunity, but with a twist. Customers can select a charity partner of their choice to receive 5% of their monthly subscription fee as a donation.
I had the opportunity to chat with Lee Jossel, the founder of TPFactory a couple of weeks ago. He shared his experience running this toilet paper subscription business, which is powered by WooCommerce and WooCommerce Subscriptions.