Shoptimised, who provide Product Feed Optimisation and Incremental Revenue Software to e-commerce businesses, has seen an incredible growth of the business, spending the last 18 months developing new innovative features for their software.
The company was in the final for 2 awards: Best Use of Data (PPC) and Best Low Budget Campaign with Little Adventure Shop, walking away with the award for Best Use of Data on the night.
Over the last year and half, the company has increased its staff headcount by 500 per cent, going from 6 employees to 32 and has onboarded over 500 clients including online retailers and digital marketing agencies on the Shoptimised platform in just the last 3 months.
Director, John Cave, who attended the awards ceremony on the night said:
“We loved our first in-person awards ceremony post-lockdown as we got to meet our fellow finalists and other familiar faces from the industry across the UK. It was great to celebrate the amazing results we’ve achieved with our software since we started. Many thanks to the awards organisers for the amazing night, congratulations to all the winners and runners-up and happy 10th Birthday to the UK Search Awards.”
About Shoptimised Founded in February 2018, Shoptimised works with a range of e-commerce brands and PPC agencies offering Product Feed Management Software that offers full control over a brand’s Google Shopping campaigns. For further information contact: email@example.com Phone – 0191 249 8740
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