Rise in Published Ideas Sees Spreadshirt Shortlisted for Best Customer Experience
Ecommerce platform, Spreadshirt, launched a new Partner Area, a command centre where Spreadshirt partners manage their ideas, products and shops, in October 2016. As a result, shop registrations are up 28% globally, the number of uploaded designs is up a noteworthy 36% and it has led to a rise in initial sales of over 25%.
This project has now been recognised by Drapers and shortlisted in the Best Customer Experience Category for the Drapers Digital Festival 2017 Awards. The Drapers Awards recognise and celebrate digital excellence in the retail industry, with finalists that are the embodiment of ecommerce innovation for their customers. Read more
Share of orders via smartphone up 73% across UK & Europe
Spreadshirt, the e-commerce platform for spreading ideas on something tangible, today confirms skyrocketing mobile traffic and sales numbers. Spreadshirt experienced over 40% growth in smartphone orders in 2016 compared to 2015. This increase reinforces the company’s plans to continue their steep investments in their mobile strategy and broaden the focus on enhancing and developing new mobile tools.
Spreadshirt CEO Phil Rooke. “There is no mobile-first strategy – mobile is the strategy.” He continued, “We know that half of Spreadshirt website visitors come from smartphones or tablets, and we see strong mobile sales growth in the UK, Europe and the USA. Our investments in improving our mobile experience have been affirmed and it strengthens our commitment to make this a top priority in 2017 as well”.
Focus on Partners to consolidate market leadership in Europe and drive U.S.
Philip Rooke, CEO of Spreadshirt, announces the growth strategy for the ecommerce platform: to challenge for market leadership in the USA, grow the partner business globally and strengthen its position in the UK & Europe.
Philip Rooke says;
“We have been market leaders in Europe for many years and are expanding our role in the global market. Now we are setting out to become a billion dollar business. Our first step toward this is to challenge our competitors in the USA, like Redbubble, CustomInk and Teespring”. Read more