Expert: Adam Jackson | Host: Holly Hughes
Astonishingly, in 2020, over two billion people purchased goods or services online. That’s a lot of Googling, online checkouts and a whole host of parcels delivering smiles to customers around the world.
The pandemic supercharged online sales; in fact, global retail e-commerce sales grew more than 25 percent. With more e-tailers fiercely competing for a piece of the pie, finding new ways to outperform rivals has become increasingly difficult.
Introducing headless e-commerce… Your route to future-proofing your online store, maximising performance, and ultimately, staying ahead of the curve.
A decentralised method of building your e-commerce stack, headless e-commerce provides endless, seamless API integrations, build flexibility and super-fast speed and performance. With Google and Facebook getting involved in this tech, we know its popularity is going to grow, fast.
Join Evolution’s Head of E-commerce, Adam Jackson, as he demystifies the hot technology that is here to stay.
With 11 years’ experience as a developer working on ground-breaking internal communication apps for global corporations including Bulldog Skincare, Anglo American, Sky Team and Jardine International Motors, Adam has a plethora of knowledge to share. Adopting progressive web app technology in 2018, Adam will reveal his top tips and best practises so you can skip to the good bits.
In our hour-long webinar including 15 mins for Q&As, you’ll discover:
– A new way of thinking about e-commerce development
– How to decentralise your e-commerce stack
– Can we make headless more ethical?
– Is this technology really open-source?
– The advantages and disadvantages of the headless approach
Don’t forget, if you have any questions you’d like answered on the day, please send them in advance to Holly at [email protected]
Date clash with your diary? Once you have registered, you will be sent a recording of the webinar after the live event to recap at your leisure.
Closed captions will also be available on the day if requested to improve accessibility for all.