Growth Unlocked: Discover How to Get Your Customers to Add to Their Basket
IMRG data shows that the average number of customers who add items to their basket has decreased by 3 percentage points in Q1 2023 as compared to Q1 2022. One reason for this decline in growth is the cost-of-living crisis, which was marked as the number one concern for 73 out of 95 ecommerce leaders in recent IMRG research.
Bristol business dubbed the antidote to Amazon announces record growth
Global eCommerce fulfilment provider Huboo has announced 130% growth over the past 12 months – raking in more than £20 million in new business, and adding an impressive 1,100 new clients to its rapidly expanding portfolio.
Recent IMRG research reveals that 75.7% of customers always or often use social media in their free time and including those customers who sometimes or rarely use it, that totals 95.5% customers who are on these platforms. The high usage reveals how social commerce can be optimised to boost customer’s engagement with brands and inspire sales.
Sporting partnerships are no longer the exclusive domain of B2C brands. B2B companies are entering the fray and recognise the business potential of partnering up with sports that have mass appeal and highly engaged fanbases. How can B2B brands use sports partnerships to engage the audiences that matter to them?
Huboo helps alcohol brands battle HMRC red tape and boost cash flow with launch- of one of UK’s largest excise warehouses
Global eCommerce fulfilment provider Huboo is expanding its support for alcohol brands everywhere with the introduction of a dedicated, excise duty suspended warehouse, one of the largest of its kind in the UK.
Business & Innovation Magazine has explored how Huboo has partnered with Mirakl; one of the eCommerce industry’s most advanced enterprise marketplace platforms. Mirakl powers over 300+ businesses, including some of the most renowned retail brands.
How independent thought and collaborative working is key to Huboo’s tech success
Huboo’s Chief Product & Tech Officer, Ben Shipway, has been interviewed by techSPARK to explore how Huboo’s technologically advanced fulfilment model utilises humancentric methods to enhance employee working environments.
Huboo is proud to be featured in The Sunday Times’ new report on the Future of Retail. Our CEO, Martin Bysh, gives his expert analysis on how how the industry is involving, and how Huboo has created a unique approach to eCommerce fulfilment.
In the May 2022 issue of Insider Media, Martin Bysh, CEO & Co-founder of Huboo, reflects on Huboo’s stratospheric growth journey, how our eCommerce fulfilment model is changing the retail industry, and the ambitious plans Huboo has for the future.
Booming Business: In Conversation With Huboo Co-Founder Martin Bysh
Huboo CEO, Martin Bysh, recently sat down with The Bristol Magazine to discuss Huboo’s industry achievements, a unique partnership with Bristol Sport, and how our fulfilment model is setting new standards for eCommerce sales.
While the UK government launches a search for Brexit opportunities, one group has already discovered them: Dutch warehouse owners. Martin Bysh, CEO & Co-Founder of Huboo, explores this topic in a Financial Times interview.
Fast-growing tech firm Huboo has said it has more than doubled its workforce over the past year as it prepares to expand operations at its Bristol HQ. The more than 130% rise has taken the overall headcount of the business, which operates four warehouses in and around the Bristol area, to almost 600.
Huboo will sponsor Bristol City men and women, Bristol Bears men and women, and the Bristol Flyers from the 2022-23 season. Bristol Sport’s chairman hopes the backing of a new long-term sponsor will give them more financial stability across all five of their teams.
In a UK-first for a sporting group, Bristol Sport is delighted to announce that eCommerce fulfilment company Huboo will become the Principal Partner for all FIVE of its professional sporting teams from the start of the 2022/23 season.
Huboo has announced the acquisition of integration specialist Roseta.io and its parent company New Vision. The deal will see Huboo incorporate Roseta’s innovative e-commerce integration software into its fulfilment solution to help customers integrate with multiple sales channels and marketplaces.
In an episode of Money Talks, Liam Halligan talks to Martin Bysh, the Co-Founder and CEO of the Bristol-based fulfilment centre Huboo, who shares details of his business’s fulfilment success and the future of retail eCommerce.