Tech Summit 2017: Building Successful Web Stores

If they aren’t already, web stores should be a part of your service offering. Fortunately, with the increasing amount of service providers in this space, building a web store for your client is easier than ever. But where should you start? How do you determine which platform is the best? How can you squeeze the most profit from a company store and what innovations are on the horizon? Eric Granata moderates a panel that tackles these questions and more.

Eric Granata (Moderator)

Vice President of Business Development

Eric Granata is the VP of Business Development and resident geek at ROBYN, a branded products fulfillment company that creates and distributes promotional products, corporate apparel, and collateral printed materials through private-label, ecommerce company stores. ROBYN is a PPAI Gold Pyramid Award winner, a PPAI Silver Technology recipient, an Addy Award recipient, and was recognized three years in a row by Inc. Magazine as one of the 5,000 fastest growing private companies in the U.S., plus, has twice been featured in ASI’s Counselor magazine as one of the Best Places to Work. As the founder of Screen Four Solutions, Eric has been at the forefront of ecommerce and technology, building a variety of apps, B2C and B2B stores, as well as a variety of digital solutions for brand asset management.


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