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CUBIX celebrates 1st Anniversary with Social Media Contest
By Diane Philips & Associates
Jan 7, 2019 - 4:40:19 AM

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Family Ties – Cousins Tanielle Curtis (r.) and Gia Ifill opened CUBIX in last January and after a successful year of hard work, the print and online shop & ship company is celebrating its first anniversary with customer appreciation specials and a #CUBIXHAPPY social media contest.

Nassau, Bahamas - CUBIX, the boutique-styled print shop and shipping company located in Centreville celebrates its first anniversary January 2019.

“We’re just so grateful for the reception we’ve received in our first year,” said Gia Ifill, President and Graphic Designer. “We appreciate that many businesses don’t make it through their first year and so we want to use this month to thank our customers and to invite new people to experience all of the great services that we offer.”

CUBIX is the brainchild of cousins Gia Ifill and Tanielle Curtis, young entrepreneurs who nursed a dream to operate their own business after graduation.

“A print shop was the perfect opportunity for us,” noted Curtis. “Gia is a talented and creative graphic designer with unlimited ideas while my passion is for watching our numbers and handling administration. We like to say that we are The UPS Store of The Bahamas as much of what we do is the same – printing, packaging, shipping. A complete one-stop-shop that exists to make things easier for small businesses looking to have a team on their side.”

With funding secured from Bahamas Entrepreneurial Venture Fund (BEVFL), CUBIX opened to the public on January 8, 2018.

“It’s been an exciting, fulfilling yet challenging year,” said Ifill. “We’re a small business solutions and freight forwarding company, but customer service is the true heart of our business. So it means we’ve spent the year getting to know our customers, finding out their needs and adding to our offerings accordingly.”

CUBIX offers print, design, copy and binding services to small businesses, law firms, teachers, hotels and restaurants and is quickly gaining speed as one of the country’s best freight forwarding companies.

“We heard people’s complaints about high shipping costs and unexpected surprises when their goods arrived, so we set out to solve that,” said Curtis. “So, we ship the first 25 lb freight-free and we developed the CUBIX Cost Estimator that allows our customers to jump online and get a very accurate idea of what it will cost to bring in their goods, even before they purchase." 

Another unique offering includes free unlimited Cloud Storage for all active customers and a Sweets Bar with tasty treats for in-store customers. The company also introduced premium gift-wrapping services over the holidays with boxes being transformed into works of art before they left the building.

CUBIX will celebrate their first anniversary with various print specials on Superbowl paraphernalia, flyers, and banners, Free Delivery Days, customer appreciation gifts and a #CUBIXHAPPY social media contest where the winner will take home a $250 Amazon Gift Card.

“We’re proud to say we have many happy customers after our first year,” noted Curtis. “So we’re running a contest until February 8 to make it even more exciting to share their experiences. To be eligible to win, entrants must follow or like @cubixbah on Instagram or Facebook and post a photo of anything CUBIX related that makes them happy. It can be something we shipped or printed, something one wants shipped or printed, even just a happy photo of themselves along with the hashtag #CUBIXHAPPY in the caption.”

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