One of our team, Steve, started his career in eCommerce back in the late 90s, so was really happy to contribute to this new series of podcasts from The Chat Shop, on that very topic.

Steve and the Chat Shop team talk about how eCommerce can work well for B2B brands and this hour-long pod and video offers lots of practical ideas on how to start or further improve your approach.

You can watch/listen to the whole thing now over on The Chat Shop website:

https://www.thechatshop.com/blog/everything-ecommerce-podcast-ep-3-b2b-ecommerce

About the podcast:

Everything eCommerce is a brand new podcast where we will be discussing everything relating to growing an online business. Each week we will be meeting with industry leaders to discuss a new topic, tapping into a wealth of eCommerce knowledge from industries such as consultancy, eCommerce platforms, agencies and more. It’s a show that takes deep-dive into industry issues, keeps you up to date with the latest news, and dishes out tips and tricks for growing your eCommerce business.

About Steve Kemish:

Steve is a multi-award winning marketer and public speaker who has worked in digital marketing since 1997 and is now Managing Partner at Junction. He has worked client-side, helped grow a leading email service provider, consulted to numerous clients on digital marketing strategy, and latterly helped build one of the most respected and awarded B2B marketing agencies in the UK. Steve has worked on digital marketing strategy and consultancy with many global brands including Motorola, ITV, UKTV, Cisco, Lego, Skype, British Airways and Oracle.

He is a highly regarded speaker, lecturer and writer, having worked with the likes of the IDM, the DMA and other leading trade bodies since 2004 on various courses and events. He was appointed Fellow of the IDM in early 2009, making him one of the youngest ever. In the last year alone, he has worked on in-company training and consulting programmes across four continents, and as well as his role at Junction, he is an associate lecturer at Cranfield and Oxford Business Schools, a member of the DMA Email Council and longstanding Superbrands judge.

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