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    years of experience
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01.11.2017 15:00 – Events

Omni-channel: some things are simply better together

Should you sell items in a brick and mortar store or in an online shop? It's no longer possible to answer this question with a simple "either or" solution. Nowadays, many sellers opt to combine traditional stores with an e-commerce strategy. This not only provides their businesses with new opportunities, but also with new sources of revenue. Matthias Hell, e-commerce expert and author, analysed several big players in omni-channel and discovered what they all have in common. This article shows you the most important aspects for a successful omni-channel strategy.

02.10.2017 12:51 – News

Story telling: get the attention of your customers!

Shopping as a lifestyle concept? The internet is abuzz with day-to-day examples, such as customers who choose to buy organic groceries. Nowadays, people talk more about stores than they do about the products that are sold. This article analyses what the trend means for your business and how you can use it to your advantage.


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