Vaimo Newsletter: March 2020

Here's our monthly guide to your digital commerce success...

Vaimo Wins Yotpo Partner Award 2 Years Running

We’re extremely pleased to announce that Vaimo has won the 2019 Yotpo Partner of the Year Award for ‘Best Magento Agency (Europe)’. This now makes it two years running after our similar success at[...]

Collaborating our Way Through COVID-19

Given the evolving COVID-19 situation, businesses are being forced to adapt in new and different ways. And that includes our team here at Vaimo.

COVID-19: Vaimo’s Commitment to You

Given the current spread of COVID-19—and the subsequent uncertainty faced by businesses globally—I’d like to share our continuity plans, which are centred on providing the highest level of service[...]

Vaimo Newsletter: February 2020

Here's our monthly guide to your digital commerce success...

Vaimo’s Guido Jansen Named Magento Top 50 Contributor

We’re very pleased to announce that Vaimo’s Guido Jansen has been recognised as a Magento top 50 contributor in 2019. Guido is a Senior Digital Consultant & Customer Experience Optimisation[...]

Vaimo Nominated Yotpo Partner Award Finalist

We’re pleased to announce that Vaimo has been nominated as a finalist in the third annual Yotpo Partner Awards, under the category ‘Best Magento (Adobe) Agency—Europe’.

Akeneo PIM Summit 2020: a Recap

For the fifth year running, Akeneo Summit was back in Paris to welcome over 500 attendees from around the world. 

Vaimo's Oleksandr Kravchuk Named 2020 Magento Master

We’re very pleased to announce that Vaimo’s Oleksandr Kravchuk has been selected as a 2020 Magento Master.

Vaimo Newsletter: January 2020

Here's our monthly guide to your digital commerce success...

Save the Date! Ecommerce Workshop in Oslo

On February 11th, Vaimo’s Guido Jansen will be running a session on behavioural psychology and persuasive eCommerce, and you’re invited!

Selling Cars Online? The Rise of Automotive Ecommerce

Twenty years ago, if you’d told your colleagues you were buying a car online, they’d have probably given you a puzzled look. Or laughed at you. Or both.