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In this episode, we are re-uploading an event we did in the community. This is an event we hosted in January: 2021-with Okendo, which is a customer review app for Shopify stores, and Brave the Skies & Reverie The Boutique. This event is all about how online stores can create better connections with their customers. We talk about user generated content, influencer marketing, customer reviews and email marketing as well and how you can combine all of those together to create the perfect strategy to connect with your customers on another level. In particular, we talk about this from a perspective of a small brand with not such a big budget.
Today we are talking to Adam the CEO and Co-founder of Blend Commerce - a Shopify agency specialising in turning ideas into reality. Blend are driven by success, with a mission to help Shopify entrepreneurs achieve significant and sustainable growth. Blend Commerce’s Motto is Clarify. Create. Convert. Which we will go into more detail on in the show! We also touch upon finding your why with Simon Sinek's approach, the 4 hour work week with Tim Ferris' method and whether it's really possible or if we even want that! All of this plus some chat about mental health and ensuring we protect ourselves when we start to experience business growth.
Krissie chats to Katie Boothby-Kung from Shopify's Social Impact Team. Katie is doing lots of incredible work at Shopify and we wanted to chat about it here on the podcast to inspire others to follow in Shopify's footsteps. I'm a huge fan of Shopify and what they're doing so I'm extremely excited to share this chat with you.
We talk to Niki and Alan from MoreTrees. You probably know that carbon dioxide is one of the biggest drivers of climate change and we know we should be playing our part in reducing and negating carbon emissions. MoreTrees is a tree planting app. MoreTrees not only helps offsets your emissions, but it comes with tons of other benefits too. Every tree planted helps the planet & it reduces extreme poverty and combat deforestation.
This is a very raw and real conversation and self reflection - I really hope this helps even just one person. I explore the connection with experiencing bullying at a young age and the journey to becoming a business owner and entrepreneur. I also talk a bit about my upbringing, my parents, my boyfriend and how surfing saved my life and how this led to where I am today.
Today, we are talking to Gavin from Discolabs who make things possible on Shopify plus through custom development. They're a team with deep platform knowledge and world class expertise on Shopify plus, and have a list of happy clients. We got them on the show to talk about their carbon report - diving into the inspiration behind it and how you can do the same.
Today, we're talking to Tom from Noughts and Ones: a Shopify agency working with purpose-driven ecommerce brands who want to make a meaningful impact online. We love their advocacy for a better world, their passion for Shopify and sustainable commerce.
Today we're talking to Jessica and Naomi from Twelve, a sustainability consultancy firm, helping businesses respond to the climate and ecological emergency and embed sustainability in the way they work. We talk to Jessica and Naomi about our sustainability framework, which we built with them last year. It was a very interesting project. And we think it is going to be very beneficial for the ecommerce industry, and also for the planet.
This week we are SO happy to share our conversation with the extremely wonderful Lucy Roberts, of Reverie The Boutique and Shopify Plus Agency, Brave The Skies. In this episode, we explore the intersection of e-commerce, sustainability and the luxe market. And yes - the three are totally compatible!
In this episode I, (Krissie), talk to Jan from CarbonClick - a carbon offsetting platform that makes it easy to add carbon offsets to the checkout. We talk about how e-commerce merchants and their customers can offset their carbon footprint and why CarbonClick feels this is important.
In this episode I, (Krissie), talk to Saskia and Nico from HeyLow - a creative studio designing and building low-carbon brands. We talk about the disturbing fact that the internet is dirty and every website has a digital carbon footprint. Saskia and Nico reveal some quick and long term wins to create a low carbon brand and website - this episode is fascinating and might completely change your mindset about the internet!
An introduction to the MindfulCommerce Community Podcast!