Magento’s debut in Dubai UAE, why is it worth investing in GCC?

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eCommerce growth in Dubai eCommerce is expected to reach $10 billion by 2018 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) according to Sarwant Singh, Senior partner and head of visionary innovation group at Frost& Sullivan and $20 billion in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) according to AT Kearney. What’s more impressive is that the eCommerce market grew… Read more »



The dark side of Content Management on Magento

Advanced Content Manager for Magento

GUEST BLOGGER INTRO: Today we’re having the pleasure to host our first guest blogger: Ceyhun from Blackbird Agency. We first connected through social media and met in person at eCommerce Paris Retail Week last month. We love Blackbird because the team is nimble, fun but also highly competent. They even wrote a book about Developing… Read more »




Le guide Magento du Salon E-Commerce Paris, porte de Versailles 12-14 Septembre 2016

Le guide Magento du salon E-Commerce Paris

Bonjour! Et voilà mon deuxième article en français, dédié au Salon E-Commerce Paris regroupant cette année plus de 50,000 visiteurs et 1,000 exposants sur près de 28,000m2. Ayant commencé à travailler chez OneStepCheckout en Novembre 2015, E-Commerce Paris est mon troisième salon professionnel après Magento Imagine à Las Vegas en Avril 2016 dont nous avons… Read more »


How do you say OneStepCheckout en Francais?

OneStepCheckout en Francais

OneStepCheckout est une société norvégienne mais moi, je suis française. Alors voici tout ce que vous voulez savoir sur OneStepCheckout: Magento, abandon de panier, conversion, études de cas etc… en Francais. Voila. Read more »



Father’s Day as a key retail moment?

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To help smooth out seasonality and in particular the massive Christmas peak, retailers are making the most of all the retails occasions they can: Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, all the public holidays in the US, mid season sales, Resort collections for high end fashion etc… The Australians have cleverly come up with the End of Financial Year Sales (EOFY). Their fiscal year ends 30th June (Aussies always have to be a bit different right?) and it’s a great excuse to have massive sales and report as much revenue as you can on this side of the year. Read more »