The 68th episode discusses strategies for building a trustworthy webshop, featuring insights from experts Goran Blagus and Dario Begonja. They cover topics such as understanding the customer journey, the importance of customer reviews, and the role of content marketing in enhancing online sales and customer trust.
Industry secrets. Sans the fluff
The flood of GPT-4 gurus and the Microsoft vs Google race creates the impression of a fresh revolution, but artificial intelligence has been hiding the same skeletons in the closet for decades now. We are also seeing many good ideas and solutions, but the collection of shady characters is probably more present. The only question is - who will be louder?
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We got an invitation to give a lecture about the "state of play" on Web2 and Web3 technologies. The crowd were students at Algebra University College and the topics discussed could be a small eye-opener on our industry future.
We decided to give you a slightly different format of Nominis, with two guests instead of two hosts. The topic discussed was which platform to choose when starting the development or redesign of a webshop. We invited representatives from two, figuratively speaking, opposing camps for this occasion - our own Krešimir Končić as a representative of open-source platforms and Ernest Antolović from Shipshape agency as a representative of custom solutions.
The second edition of the Game changer conference demonstrated that in just one year, an organizer can turn a 'just another tech conference' into a standout event. Over 100 speakers highlighted the vast potential of merging the gaming industry with WEB3, covering areas like eCommerce, cybersecurity, marketing, and of course, inevitable, artificial intelligence.
Couple of short notes and bullets from the GAME CHANGER "Web3 Gaming eCommerce" panel. I know it's a mouthful & buzzwordy, but there's no video recording so stick with me through this short text :)
On September 29, 2023, Zagreb hosted the fifth CroCommerce conference, where groundbreaking discussions, insightful workshops, and enlightening panels took center stage.
Folks from ShiftMag did an interview with me couple of days ago. I felt the need to share my full unedited & unredacted responses to their questions as the topics were evergreens - Open Source software, managing community efforts and the role of the web on the overall markets.
Boris Trupčević is a former media director, former editor-in-chief of the largest Croatian newspaper, and former CEO of a successful multinational eCommerce brand. In addition, Boris is an investor, advisor, mentor and supporter of startups, consultant and speaker, but also a Camino survivor.
Looking to level up your eCommerce game? This guide uncovers three key strategies that are easy to implement but can make a world of difference. It's the smart read for savvy sellers.
Ivan Božić worked as a manager in the private sector, and then became the director of the social cooperative Humana Nova, where he helps socially excluded individuals and employs those who are marginalized in our society.
Hello, potential client… and basically everyone else interested in proper project communication! Agencies are often approached by clients who have great business ideas but lack familiarity with how the process of building a complex web application actually works.