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Shopify Experts in London

We are Shopify experts based in London, United Kingdom, passionate about e-commerce and growing brands. Our extensive experience has enabled us to design streamlined, functional processes and help growing brands re-platform to Shopify. 

Understanding your requirements is fundamental for delivering your objectives, and we have shaped our services according to your needs. Regardless of the current stage of your digital transformation, we can help you create the ideal online experience for your customers.


Shopify Setup

It's not easy starting out, however, we can help you get set up and started on your journey with Shopify.

Shopify Design & Development

A beautiful online shop will constantly attract new customers. We can help you find the right resource to design and build a great website. 

Shopify Consultancy

While Shopify is easy, expertise is always welcome. We’ve support a number of brands on Shopify, from small, simple websites to complex online stores.

Shopify Replatforming

Migrating to a new platform is always difficult. Our small team of experts have supported a number of complex Shopify replatforming projects.

Latest News


Shopify Plus: Multi-Currency Is Finally Here!
Handling multi-currency well within Shopify has previously quite difficult for Shopify Plus merchants. While there are many workarounds to achieve multi-currency within Shopify Plus, they tend to be quite complex and this is something you want to get right! However, following the announcement made at Shopify Unite 2018, Shopify Payments now allows customers to check out in their local currency! This new feature allow Shopify Plus merchants to sell globally and ultimately increase international conversions. Shopify Plus merchants will be able to manage all currencies within the one Shopify Plus store using Shopify Payments. The solution will suppport the following 9 currencies to begin with:
  • Great British Pound (GBP)
  • Euro (EUR)
  • United States Dollar (USD)
  • Canadian Dollar (CAD)
  • Australian Dollar (AUD)
  • Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)
  • New Zealand Dollar (NZD)
  • Japan Yen (JPY)
  • Singapore Dollar (SGD)
Shopify will detect a customers IP through the use of geolocation detection and offer prices that have already been calculated based on real-time FX data. Remember this is still in BETA but you can read more on how to sell in multiple currencies here. --
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5 reasons why your website must be mobile-optimised
Recent research has shown that more than 1.2 billion people worldwide use the web via mobile devices averaging a time of 2.8 hours per day. Based on these facts (and millions of others) around mobile browsing, it makes complete sense to design your website to be mobile-friendly. However, if you are not sure why a mobile optimised website is essential, below are five reasons why: 1. Mobile is taking over Since 2009, Mobile web browsing has been steadily growing , while desktop browsing has steadily decreased. Last year the two finally switched roles, with global mobile browsing accounting for 51.3% and desktop 48.7% according to data from StatCounter. 2. Mobile is everywhere According to a study by Smart Insights, 80% of internet users own a smartphone and of course this percentage is only going to keep increasing as the majority of time spent using a phone is for online features rather than making calls. 3. Google loves mobile In recent years Google have been boosting mobile-friendly site in its ranking. They have a mobile-friendly algorithm that’s designed to give a boost to mobile-friendly pages in Google’s mobile search results. This also means that website that do not meet the standard are being penalised and ultimately falling down the rankings. 4. Social Media is mobile It is not a surprise that the majority of internet usage is related to social media and according to ComScore, 80% of social media time is spent on a mobile device. If you plan to tap into social media audiences via social media marketing, then you must have a mobile-optimised site to create a seamless experience. 5. Mobile increases conversions It is known that mobile shoppers are often impatient and one-third of them will avoid a website if it isn’t optimised for mobile. Having a desktop website in a mobile browser are useless at converting visitors into customers. Key calls to action often go unnoticed, links are difficult to click and contact pages are buried in awkward menus. To convert visitors you must ensure that CTAs are clear and easy to click and contact information should be one of the first things visitors see. Mobile-Optimised Check Pick up your smartphone, navigate to your website and ask yourself these questions: • Does it load in quickly? (less than five seconds) • Does it draw your eye to your USP or message? • Is the content easy to read? • Is it easy to navigate? • Is it easy to recognise and activate the call to action? If you mostly answered “no” to the questions above, then it’s probably time for a mobile-optimised website to help you covert those visitors that are dropping off.

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