Nearly half of visits to the ecommerce site now from smartphones and tablets
Spreadshirt, the ecommerce platform for spreading ideas on something tangible, has seen a 20% rise in the global number of orders received from tablets and smartphones, in the first half of 2016. There was also a seven percent increase in orders across all devices.
The company compared data from January-June 2016 to the same period last year. It shows that nearly half of all visitors to the site now come via a mobile device. Around 5.4 million visits per month are from smartphone or tablet devices. This represents a 28 percent increase compared to the same period last year. There was also a 20 percent increase in monthly visits across all devices, over the same period. Read more
Ecommerce platform also creates two new management positions to oversee Personalisation Services and Marketplaces
Spreadshirt, the ecommerce platform for spreading ideas on something tangible, has appointed Hugo Smoter to the newly-created position of Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) from Head of Global Marketing. He takes on the overall responsibility for the European and North American commercial sector as the company sets its sights on further growth.
Spreadshirt has appointed Hugo Smoter to the newly-created position of Chief Commercial Officer (CCO).
E-commerce company finalist in both the ‘Innovation of the Year’ and ‘OpenMarket M-Commerce Retailer of the Year’ categories
TeamShirts, Spreadshirt’s group orders division, is a finalist in the ‘Innovation of the Year’ and ‘OpenMarket M-Commerce Retailer of the Year’ categories for the acclaimed Retail Week Tech & Ecomm Awards.