At Fulfillrite, we spend a lot of time thinking about supply chain management. Even our part in the process, largely centered on order fulfillment, can be very complex. So much so that we’ve built a business out of having people outsource it to us. Fulfilling board games after a Kickstarter campaign is a good example of this complexity.
Kickstarter is 10 years old now, but it still attracts board game creators who are brand new. Can you imagine how difficult it can be to arrange the entire supply chain process for the first time? They must have games manufactured and shipped to the warehouse. Creators have to fulfill orders and keep backers happy. It’s a lot to take in!
For this reason, we at Fulfillrite have created an infographic to show you every step along the way. You can view the whole infographic here on Jamey Stegmaier’s blog.
You’ve done everything by the book. Your Kickstarter campaign is almost ready to launch.
You made a great product. Built an audience. Set up a campaign page.
But how do you ship it?
We put this checklist together to help you get started. It's free.