For the second year in a row CloudCart is included in the authoritative ranking of Deloitte Technology Fast 50, representing the fastest growing technology businesses in the region of Central and Eastern Europe. The E-commerce software is one of the three awarded Bulgarian companies in the special category Impact Stars for the successful connection of quality products/services with a positive impact on society, business, innovation and the environment.
Argos London Opens Pop-Up Shop in London
Argos, one of the UK’s leading general merchandise retailers, is one of the UK’s largest employers, with over 30,000 people. It is the country’s leading retailer of toys, furniture and homewares, with more than 60,000 products available to purchase online or in store. argos near me offers Click & Collect points inside Sainsbury’s supermarkets. Customers can order home delivery within four hours or pick up their orders at one of its many stores.
The company has nearly 1,200 locations in the United Kingdom, including 600 standalone stores, 300 shop-in-shops in Sainsbury’s supermarkets, and one online. Argos has a strong, open culture, embracing sector-changing technology and evolving customer buying habits. Its website is also redesigned to meet the needs of today’s consumer, bringing the best of both worlds to its customers.
Argos’ new autumn/winter homeware range will be on display in the UK’s capital for the first time at a pop-up shop on Oxford Street. Customers will be able to browse and try out products before making a purchase. In addition to a large range of homeware products, Argos Home will also offer workshops to teach people how to make their own cushions, paint plates, and build a terrarium.
The revamped logo of Argos reflects the company’s strategy of integrating digital into all aspects of its business. The former “Extra” marked lines will remain in all stores. Although the catalog will continue to be an integral part of the business, the company is aiming to increase its presence on mobile platforms. Last month, it hired its first digital director to help the company make the most of its digital presence.
“We are honored to be among the finalists again, awarded on the basis of the offered innovative technological solutions and the provided opportunities for business development in Bulgaria and the region. We are happy to present our country in a positive aspect, as well as to be sympathetic to the success of many Bulgarian businesses”, said Nikolay Iliev – CloudCart CEO.
From the very beginning of CloudCart, one of our main aims is to help the growth of the small and medium businesses in Bulgaria and abroad by providing the merchants with an accessible, quality, multifunctional e-commerce platform. Entrepreneurship and providing suitable conditions that encourage its growth are among the determining factors and indicators of the economic stability and development of a country. The importance of this support to small and medium-sized business owners is even more important in the current economic crisis caused by the Covid19 pandemic. We believe that e-commerce and digitalization are important steps not only to overcome the current crisis but also to guarantee the successful implementation and development of any business in the future.
The annual report, published by the leading international consulting organization Deloitte, is part of the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA – an authoritative ranking of leading companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. CloudCart’s presence on this year’s list is a continuation and another solid confirmation of the global level and the company’s growth ambitions. It is no coincidence that in 2019 the software was among the finalists in the Top 3 platforms for e-commerce at the international level, according to the ranking of the leading American news media Newsweek and the statistical portal Statista.
The messages of the Bulgarian company are aimed at a wide range of entrepreneurs, and its vision is in the direction of business transformation and its inevitable digitalization through online commerce. CloudCart also announced its plans to expand into several new European markets in 2022 – Northern Macedonia, Slovakia, Albania and Ukraine, wherewith the help of the right local partners, the company aims to take e-commerce to the next level.