Gloucestershire, United Kingdom/Schöppingen, Germany, 17.08.2016 - Shopware AG, a German manufacturer of eCommerce software, is proud to welcome a new partner to their international network. Holbi Group, originally from the UK, looks forward to using this partnership to move forward with their global expansion. “Germany is very much of interest to us, and we would like to use our cooperation with Shopware to come closer to this market,”, said Vadym Gurevych, Managing Director at Holbi.
Holbi Group was originally founded as an eCommerce specialist company. Next providing eCommerce and software products, the company now offers support and development of customer support solutions (i.e. Kayako, ZenDesk, Desk Pro, LaDesk) as well as online and social marketing activities.
The various departments within the company are distributed worldwide. “We have headquarters in the UK, a sales and marketing office in the Netherlands, a design office in Prague, Czech Republic, and a development office in the Ukraine,” explains Gurevych.
Holbi’s numerous clients are just as global as the company itself, with projects spanning from the UK up to Japan. Even major Hollywood studios among to the clients who trust in Holbi’s services.
The company currently plans to use their series of products to offer trusted solutions for clients in the UK and abroad. Commenting on the project expansion, Gurevych said: “We can link Shopware with a number of international solutions such as Sage, QuickBooks, MYOB, Mamut, Exact, Amazon and eBay, and have a team devoted to ensuring these links work the best way possible.”
Looking ahead, Holbi has their sights set on becoming experienced Shopware developers and expects to acquire additional collaborators, whose focus will concern the handling and maintenance of Shopware’s products.
Shopware is enthusiastic about the new partnership and hopes for many interesting collaborations in the global market.
Manager Public Relations
Wiljo Krechting is an eCommerce expert and Manager Public Relations at the eCommerce platform provider Shopware. The media professional has a master’s degree in political science and journalism from the universities of Münster and Melbourne, where he gained experience as a foreign correspondent for the publisher Axel-Springer-Verlag. Krechting has worked as a journalist at Rheinische Post, WELT, BILD, Hamburger Abendblatt and the Australian business portal theaustralian.com.
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