You can now listen to us

thisweekinecommerceYou might have noticed that ecomPunk was not performing as strong as it used to. I would say this is because the format was not as attractive for us anymore and we wanted to evolve in the way we share our ecommerce experience and stories.

Kai and I now decided to focus our limited spare time to the weekly production of an ecommerce podcast called “This Week in ECommerce“. We hope you will enjoy this new format and that my relocation to New York enables us to cover not only interesting stories from Europe but also from the US market.

Please let us know what you think! We are eager to learn how to improve.
Here you can find a short transition post from ecomPunk to This Week in ECommerce.

Car-commerce is finally here, thanks to Tesla

Model_3___Tesla_MotorsAt the end of last week we have seen a phantastic phenoenon: the rise of car-commerce. Elon Musk’s Tesla created a huge media awareness and perfect upfront marketing for over a year to promote the introduction of the Tesla Model 3. Finally on last Friday the new car was presented in Los Angeles.

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Start a revolution: come to the Berlin ecommmerce hackathon!

teaser_testIf you are in Berlin next week tuesday and wednesday, have a Laptop and know how to code – just come along! On the 23./24. April the Betahaus Berlin will be the playground for developers, who are interested in idea development and exchange in the ecommerce sphere. “There were no real innovation on the market in the last years. Openness and exchange are the future – other companies are not a potential danger, but a potential partner. Therefor we need to open up and get connected via API’s.” says Dirk Hörig, CEO of commercetools, who is hosting the event. So if you want to meet new people, ideas and lot’s of Red Bull attend for free now! Our very own Kai will be in the Jury together with Jochen Krisch from Exciting Commerce and Lars Jankowsky, CTO from Yatego. Hope to see you there!

Retail is detail?

retaildetailWhen I was working for classical retail companies back some years, I was indoctrinated with the slogan “Retail is detail”. It was there to remember everbody that all the small things made the difference with the competition, since the products are more or less the same. But how is that today in the shiny world of ecommerce? Read more of this post

It’s time to focus on your strengths!

leerMan, its been ages since my last post on ecomPunk. There is so much I need to share and get your feedback on. Let’s start with something I think the whole market just has to adopt, because I just cannot take this marketing BS anymore. This is meant to be read by all the eCommerce solution providers with enterprise focus. The ones that would love to have Zalando in their portfolio.

It’s time to focus on your strengths software manufacturers!

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