Work.Life, Old Street, Rivington House, 82 Great Eastern Street, London EC21 3JF
November 21, 2023
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The London Shopify Tech Partners Meetup returns this November. At our offices at Work.Life in Old Street, in collaboration with TranslateCI, we’ll be hosting an evening of knowledge-sharing, nibbles and networking.
This month, we have two fantastic speakers. The first is Nathan Lomax of Quickfire Digital, a certified Shopify Plus partner agency which drives e-commerce growth for businesses hungry to scale. Quickfire Digital develop bespoke websites for their clients and offer performance retainer packages. We’ll then hear from Will Gardiner of Nibble, the AI negotiation chatbot for e-commerce.
Nathan’s theme is Growth strategy for e-commerce stores. And with Black Friday falling the same week as our event, Will is going to share with us some real-time data on the discounts consumers are expecting vs what the retailers are offering. How much margin are D2C brands sacrificing?
It promises to be a great event. If you have any questions you’d love to ask Nathan and Will, don’t hesitate to send them in before by heading here.
Here's what you need to know about the Meetup:
📆 Date: Tuesday November 21st 2023
⏰ Timings: 6pm to whenever
🔖 The agenda:
🎤 About our speakers:
Nathan Lomax is co-founder of Quickfire Digital, a certified Shopify Plus partner agency which drives e-commerce growth for scale-hungry businesses through bespoke website development and performance retainer packages. A serial entrepreneur, Nathan invests in e-commerce start-ups and is a seasoned speaker on e-commerce and business acceleration.
Will is the Chief Marketing Officer at Nibble, the AI negotiation chatbot for e-commerce. Will has spent the last 15 years in B2B technology PR and marketing, starting off in agencies before going in-house as Chief Marketing Officer for SaaS and professional services scale-ups and start-ups. He is now responsible for driving the concept and tangible benefits of human-to-AI negotiation across e-commerce as a margin-saving and AOV-boosting solution to the downward discounting spiral.