24 October 2019

Strategies for developing a webshop
​​​​​​​& advantages of 'headless'

WHAT: Free breakfast seminar
WHERE: Malmö, Sweden
WHEN: 14 November 2019, 8:00-10:00
WHO: Michael Nilsson Pauli (Kodexe)
and Patrick Swedén (Bizzkit)

The e-commerce business continues to grow explosively, and there is no doubt that for many companies this can be the way forward for increased growth. At the same time, there are many challenges that need to be solved to create an e-commerce business that solves customer’s needs and thus converts optimally. Today's consumers and buyers have easy access to a wide range of choices, which tightens the demands for e-sellers to stand out from the crowd. The winners are those who offer the best online experience, understand how to market themselves intelligently, work seamlessly between offline and online, and guarantee deliveries that meet customer expectations.

We warmly welcome you to our free breakfast seminar, where Michael Nilsson Pauli from Solution Partner Kodexe together with Patrick Swedén from Bizzkit talk about:

  • Inspirational customer cases (B2B and B2C)
  • Strategies for developing a webshop
  • The benefits of 'headless' e-commerce

Click on the link below and you will be redirected to Kodexe's site where you can read more and sign up for the free breakfast seminar.

More info & registration

Patrick from Bizzkit tells about the agenda for the day (in Swedish)

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