Tag: B2B eCommerce
Day four was another day full of promising enquiries, PixSell demonstrations and even more opportunities to support our many customers using PixSell to take orders on their stands. It really is great to see you all and to hear how you are getting on with it – each Aspin client has their own set of requirements and need different configurations within the PixSell app.
As if by magic, Spring Fair 2015 has crept up on us and we have completed the first day of the show. After the Saturday tradition of setting off from the Aspin offices mid morning, stopping for lunch on the A34 and arriving to set up shop at 2pm, the stand build went fairly smoothly.
With the exception of our brilliant support staff, it has been shut down here at Aspin over the Christmas period and so today is our first opportunity to wish you all Happy New Year! Spring Fair 2015 is less than one month away and our focus in January will be to finalise arrangements for the show, securing appointments with our clients and prospective clients to discuss iPad ordering for sales reps and B2B trade eCommerce.
Good morning fellow cake bakers and eaters – the Aspin Macmillan coffee morning is now open! The downstairs office offers an array of sweet and breaded treats available for a donation to Macmillan Cancer Support. We hope lots of other companies are doing the same this morning, so here is a few snaps of what we are tucking into for charity:
Nevis Marketing “the very best in motorcycle helmets, clothing, boots, gloves and accessories” – as demonstrated very clearly on their recently launched InterSell B2B eCommerce website.
Last week it was time for the staff at Aspin to be on their best behaviour as a group of 26 ICT and Computing teachers descended on their Romsey office. They came as part of a course organised by the Independent Association of Prep Schools, designed to prepare teachers to deal with the changes to the curriculum which have been triggered by the government’s decision to add more emphasis to computing and programming. This change has partly come about in response to companies like Aspin throwing down the gauntlet to the education sector to provide them with a continued supply of quality programmers.