WIN your own online store – top opportunity for SME

Online since 19.07.2016 • Filed under Industry news
WIN your own online store – top opportunity for SME

As omni-channel retail continues to see massive growth in South Africa and globally, thanks in part to greater mobile penetration and an increasingly fastidious customer, more and more bricks and mortar retailers are considering ecommerce. Now, exciting news for local SME retail companies – omni-channel and online retail specialists, Emerce Commerce have just launched a fantastic competition in which one business will win the build of an online store.

“As an experienced team of online retail shopping specialists, seeing businesses succeed by taking their offering to the next level via ecommerce is literally what makes us tick. This is an incredible opportunity for a profitable local business that is ready to reach a far wider audience and harness technology to win new customers. If you think you meet the criteria, we want to hear from you,” says Matt Roux, CTO for Emerce Commerce.

There is surely no better way to demonstrate the value of an online store that works effectively within the broader business and customer strategy than by building an ecommerce site for a forward-thinking company ready to take the leap.

SMEs interested in entering the competition can visit http://winastore.emercecommerce.com/and complete the entry form. Entries close on 18 August 2016.

Positioning the customer at the centre of ecommerce is critical to developing an online solution that customers will love and ultimately, use. Emerce Commerce recentlly bought a 51% stake in leading boutique customer loyalty agency, Truth, which is testament to how seriously Emerce Commerce views customer-centricity.

Amanda Cromhout, founder of Truth and CEO of both Emerce Commerce and Truth concludes, “We thrive on assisting our customers to achieve increased online lead generation and ecommerce revenues through solutions that are customer-first. So if this sounds like an enticing offer to any business-owner who meets the criteria, then we encourage them to get in touch and enter the competition.”

 

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