Advancing Ecommerce Marketing Strategies
For Fashion & Lifestyle Brands

customer-centred · data-informed · story-driven

let's grow your ecommerce sales (without trashing your prices)

“he will help you understand your online customers better than you ever thought possible”

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from first impression to purchase and beyond

You don't want to be left to the default. Competing on price. Pumping slim profits back into Google, Facebook and Instagram in the hope of reaching new customers.

Profitable customer acquisition & retention strategies are vital to the success and growth of your fashion business.

My clients are apparel, lifestyle & luxury fashion brands. It's my role to review and optimise the marketing process - the strategy, the tools & the process - that will drive your fashion brand forward for the long haul.

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Ian Rhodes - Ecommerce Retention Strategy Consultant

Ian Rhodes
Founder of Fashion x Ecommerce

Shopify Expert


Building & growing Ecommerce
Brands Since 1997

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