Special Event: Ecommerce Leader Elastic Path and Mobify to Host Webinar July 30 on Responsive Web Design
Is Responsive Web Design Right for Your Business? Find out in this free webinar.
Elastic Path Software Inc., the digital commerce company, today announced it has teamed up with the mobile experts at Mobify Inc. to host a live webinar entitled “Is Responsive Web Design Right for Your Business?”
to take place on Tuesday, July 30, 2013.
Optimizing the user experience for mobile devices is no longer just an option -- it’s a business imperative. More than 15% of all Internet traffic is from mobile devices, and 41% of shoppers say they have turned to a competitor after experiencing a poor mobile site.
“We’re excited to team up with Elastic Path to explore Responsive Web Design as a mobile strategy for businesses,” says Igor Faletski, CEO of Mobify. “Responsive and Adaptive Web Design is key for businesses looking to be successful online now and in the future. This approach gives customers an optimized shopping experience on any device but is also SEO and social media-friendly.”
Don't miss this exclusive event where you’ll learn:
- What is responsive design?
- Google's recommendations for building mobile-optimized websites.
- What you need to understand before going responsive.
- Lessons learned and results from companies who have gone responsive.
The event will be hosted by Mobify's CEO, Igor Faletski, and Elastic Path's Director of Ecommerce Research, Linda Bustos, author of Get Elastic (http://www.getelastic.com
), the #1 Ecommerce Blog by PostRank and ranked one of the 15 entrepreneur blogs worth reading by the Wall Street Journal.
Space is limited. Register now at https://www.elasticpath.com/webinar/responsive-web-design
About Elastic Path
Elastic Path builds commerce software that powers the next generation of digital experience. We help businesses maximize revenue from their goods, services, and content with ecommerce solutions that empower companies to create outstanding customer experiences that drive engagement and conversion. Elastic Path technology brings this functionality to multiple touchpoints – websites, apps, APIs, and more – while generating a single view of the customer. Market leaders, including Google, Pearson, Symantec, Time Inc., and Virgin Media use Elastic Path to drive billions of dollars in digital commerce annually.