Webinar: How and Why To Upgrade Your Online Store in 2016

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As a co-founder of the Vancouver-based agency The Jibe, Francis Pilon has had the opportunity to work with well-known brands such as Mac's Convenience Store, Sutton Realty Group, Grouse Mountain, and more, but also with smaller eCommerce clients such as Banyen Books & Sound, Umeboshi and ArtsALLY. As a co-organizer of the eComVan Meetup, he is always keen on sharing his experience with the community.

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Replatforming - upgrading your eCommerce solution to a new platform - is a necessary evil that most businesses will need to face at one point or another. In fact, Forrester Research recently reported that nearly one out of every five retailers is making this a priority in 2016. 

Whether your existing eCommerce platform no longer sufficiently enables your business, holds back your outreach efforts or is too costly to maintain, we will show you the best approach to replatforming, while minimizing risks.

Learn from Francis Pilon, CEO of The Jibe and Danny Halarewich, CEO of LemonStand, as they share their knowledge on upgrading eCommerce platforms in this recorded webinar.

What You'll Learn

  • Discover the top priorities for online retailers in 2016
  • How to decide if replatforming should be one of your priority
  • How to avoid common pitfalls and uncover opportunities
  • Choosing the right eCommerce agency to partner with
  • What to look for in a new eCommerce platform


Originally recorded on January 21, 2016.


Founder & CEO of LemonStand, Danny has worked with hundreds of online retailers to create high-performance eCommerce websites that stand out from the crowd and convert visitors into buyers. Previously he ran a web agency where he lead marketing, design and development projects for companies such as Telltale Games, Yahoo! and MasterCard.

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