A website relaunch is most commonly used to improve the user experience, the efficiency and functionality of a site, and contributes to the general management of the brand. However, there is a wide variety of reasons that push companies to take such a step. In this discussion our team members talk about several key aspects to consider in order to figure out whether a website relaunch is truly for you. They discuss what the implications are, what the risks are and how companies can make the most out of such a strategic move.
The starter program was designed after realising that there was a need for both us and the market to grow more digital talent. It was built with the mindset of educating and training as many people about digital marketing as possible. The program is a traineeship, which means that GANDT offers a paid (digital) training program to people who have gained first experiences in marketing. Additionally, trainees are taught the GANDT way or working, which means integration into client teams and co-creating in a far broader sense than what marketing consulting is usually known for.
In the last 2 years we’ve seen strong growth in e-commerce sales across the board, but the percentage has decreased in the last quarter. Even though e-commerce is still growing, we have hit a bump. The projection of e-commerce thriving was recognised internationally. However, the majority of business cases demonstrate that start-ups and companies in general are now struggling. In this Fireside chat, we discuss why this has happened, and what companies could do to tackle this important issue.
The cookie banner is a disruptive and unrelated text that appears in the middle of the page which forces the customer to make a decision. Using a banner may have an impact on the performance of campaigns. As marketeers, our GANDTies asked themselves during this discussion whether or not they should get more involved in how these banners are deployed in the landing pages for which they create campaigns.