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During this live recording, Alexander Graf (Hamburg), one of the top e-commerce minds in Germany, Dept's own Data & Intelligence Director Willem Blom (Amsterdam) and Lena Hackelöer (Stockholm) will meet with some of our favorite commerce gurus for a discussion on fresh commerce models and innovative growth opportunities. The podcast series is based on the biggest podcasting show about e-commerce and digitization in Germany: kassenzone.de. Started in 2015, it now has thousands of listeners and viewers for each episode, including well-known e-commerce guests. The Podcast name is an homage to the dutch king Willem-Alexander, the real WimLex. The "Le" stands for Lena.

Email us for any questions on the podcast: hello@spryker.com.

Le WimLex Show Alexander Graf, Lena Hackelöer and Willem Blom

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During this live recording, Alexander Graf (Hamburg), one of the top e-commerce minds in Germany, Dept's own Data & Intelligence Director Willem Blom (Amsterdam) and Lena Hackelöer (Stockholm) will meet with some of our favorite commerce gurus for a discussion on fresh commerce models and innovative growth opportunities. The podcast series is based on the biggest podcasting show about e-commerce and digitization in Germany: kassenzone.de. Started in 2015, it now has thousands of listeners and viewers for each episode, including well-known e-commerce guests. The Podcast name is an homage to the dutch king Willem-Alexander, the real WimLex. The "Le" stands for Lena.

Email us for any questions on the podcast: hello@spryker.com.

    #33 Petrolheads in E-Commerce. Henrik Zadig, CEO, Pierce.

    #33 Petrolheads in E-Commerce. Henrik Zadig, CEO, Pierce.

    In this Le WimLex episode, Lena & Alex had the pleasure of getting Pierce CEO Henrik Zadig in front of a microphone and got some exclusive insights. The self-named Petrolheads of E-Commerce are one of the most successful Swedish online retailers of all time and the European market leader in digitally selling motorcycle parts. Insights on the strong community of the brand, which has helped them to above-average organic traffic, and the 'how' behind their solid profitability core, make this an absolute must-listen.

    • 50 Min.
    #32 Reducing returns by 1+% on a fashion marketplace. Thijs Verheul, Founder United Wardrobe.

    #32 Reducing returns by 1+% on a fashion marketplace. Thijs Verheul, Founder United Wardrobe.

    In this Le WimLex episode, Alex & Willem interview Thijs Verheul, Founder at United Wardrobe. Listen in to find out what made the Dutch-founded second-hand marketplace that sells brands like Nike & G-Star Raw, so successful in the Netherlands and gets them closer to leveling up with competitor marketplace Vinted. High return rates have become a big problem, especially in the fashion industry. United Wardrobe might have found a solution that would even help brands like Zalando.

    BONUS: our new Le WimLex closing question! 
    What's United Wardrobe's biggest project at the moment?
    Adding a new product for young parents & expanding the marketplace to France. Exciting stuff!

    • 42 Min.
    #31 Scaling to the #1 classified site in a developing market. Martin Malmström, Bikroy.

    #31 Scaling to the #1 classified site in a developing market. Martin Malmström, Bikroy.

    Lena Hackelöer interviews Martin Malmström, the former CEO of Bikroy, the leading Bangladeshi second-hand marketplace.
    Martin shares his journey at Bikroy, building the company from the ground up to becoming the number one classified site and a category leader after only one year of operations.
    In spite of tough competition, political uprising and a corruptive market environment, Bikroy has become a pioneer in not only being one of the most googled businesses in Bangladesh, but also as a role model in corporate culture and a highly profitable trajectory.
    Listen in for some first-class entrepreneurial insights.

    The episode Lena and Martin talk about in this session, can be found here: https://soundcloud.com/wimlex-show/18-georgi-ganev-ceo-kinnevik

    • 43 Min.
    #30 The making of a creative restaurant. Ron Simpson, Founder The Avocado Show.

    #30 The making of a creative restaurant. Ron Simpson, Founder The Avocado Show.

    Interviewing Ron Simpson, Founder at The Avocado Show in this Le WimLex episode. How could an avocado revolutionize the hospitality industry? Ron talks about how founding a creative agency was the perfect foundation for launching a new generation of restaurant brand.

    • 32 Min.
    #29 Setting the new Benchmark of an Entire Industry. Ynzo van Zanten, Tony's Chocolonely

    #29 Setting the new Benchmark of an Entire Industry. Ynzo van Zanten, Tony's Chocolonely

    Interviewing Ynzo van Zanten, Chief Evangelist at Tony's Chocolonely in this Le WimLex episode. Insights into the life of a chocolate Evangelist and Tony's Chocolonely's journey to not only revolutionize the way they produce chocolate but to improve standards of an entire industry.

    • 33 Min.
    #28 The time to talk about Climate Change is over. Wessel van Eeden, Justdiggit.

    #28 The time to talk about Climate Change is over. Wessel van Eeden, Justdiggit.

    This episode takes the discussion outside of e-commerce. Interviewing Wessel van Eeden, Global Marketing Director at Justdiggit in this Le WimLex episode. "Beside Trump, the whole world is now aware that we are facing serious issues when it comes to climate change." What to do against it?

    • 30 Min.

Kundenrezensionen

User_RK ,

Great and valuable content.

Interesting interview partner and all-you-need-to-know eCommerce knowledge.

Phil Wo ,

Great addition to Kassenzone

Just moved from DE to NL and always followed Kassenzone, so Wimlex is a great opportunity look over the international Tellerrand.

hhebbo ,

A Great Podcast

Very enjoyable, infromative, and to the point. It also touches nice topics with new perspectives.

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