Over the next few weeks, we are going to revist some of the 2020 eBay for Business Awards winners to discover what difference winning has made to their businesses and how the pandemic has impacted them. Today we look at McGill Motorsport.
Entries for this year’s eBay for Business awards are open with a deadline of midnight on the 2nd of August. You can enter here.
Small Business Power
The eBay for Business Awards highlight many of the small businesses that rely on eBay for their living but it doesn’t end there. For a quarter of a century, eBay have always been a small business champion and this month they have launched the Small Business Power campaign, as part of their commitment to helping entrepreneurs survive and thrive beyond the pandemic. The new package of support includes:
- A series of new seller offers, including reducing fees by 5%, as well as 75% off new listing costs for existing and new business sellers to help them make the most of selling online
- Coupons and discounts for eBay shoppers to incentivise purchasing from small businesses
- Investment in training programmes to help sellers make the most of the eBay platform
- Greater investment in marketing our small business sellers across TV, social, print and online media
McGill Motorsport – 2020 Family Business Award Winner
Rachel McGill’s family has a deep passion for motorsports. Combined with her strong sales and customer service skills, developed through her 30+ years in banking it gave Rachel the confidence she needed to set up her business, McGill Motorsport.
The business began in 2005, after Rachel’s husband’s hobby of racing stock cars led to him buying parts abroad for himself and other drivers. The couple started to source these products and sell them to subsidise his racing expenses and turned to eBay as the natural avenue to do so.
Despite the relatively niche market, eBay provided
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