I work with ecommerce brands every single day as a founder at We Make Websites, the UK's highest rated Shopify agency. Our clients include:
I am writing a book on challenger banks and the future of personal finance. I regularly give advice to challenger banks through my blog How to Build a Bank.
To my surprise, many people have let me speak at their events and on their podcasts, there's a selection below. I also teach the ecommerce course at The Guardian and General Assembly.
"Alex never fails to deliver a value packed session. He's refreshingly open about his business and isn't afraid to share what's worked, what's not, as well as offering frank and honest advice to fellow attendees."
- Keir Whitaker, Shopify Partner Growth Manager
"Alex was a great mentor to our startups, I loved his hands-on approach to their questions and problems and he always referred to plenty of cases studies for the solutions we were discussing."
- Amalia Agathou, London College of Fashion
"Best talk I've been to - clear, concise and useful."
"Huge sums of information with lots of helpful examples."
"Very knowledgeable and enjoyable."
- Feedback on General Assembly class
I'm a founder at number one rated Shopify agency We Make Websites, check out our work here.
My courses cover how to define a business model, what makes a good ecommerce website and how to encourage repeat business and customer advocacy.
Advice that will propel your ecommerce business forward. Learn how to build an ecommerce business.
We've had many great guests from the world of creative retail, including We Are Pop Up, Shore Projects, Mahabis, The Dots and Reload, as well as Shopify themselves.
I'm talking to the founders of the best challenger banks to figure out what's happening in fintech. Find out How to build a bank.
Web design agony aunts. We answer questions from web agencies on everything from layout spacing to making sure you get paid. Email us your questions.
Fintech jobs across design, development, operations, sales, legal and HR.
With three friends I built this photography studio near Dalston, which is now also a coworking space and coffee shop bar. Visit them for coffee, wine or to book your next shoot.