The Ecommerce industry is always changing and that’s what still makes it fun. I’ve been doing this for 13 years, but I still get to try new things and learn new things each day.
Akron, Ohio (PRWEB) May 03, 2016
OuterBox, a leader in eCommerce web design and search engine marketing, celebrated its 13th year in business last month. Headquartered in Akron, Ohio, OuterBox started as a small-room operation and has grown to become a 25+ employee company that provides web design and online marketing services to a variety of clients. With the company’s long history in eCommerce website development and marketing, they have been able to adapt to new trends in the eCommerce industry to provide their clients with web solutions that perform. Some of these trends include mobile responsive design, custom online cart solutions, paid search marketing, brand reputation and more.
In their 13 years of operation, OuterBox has gained both regional and national recognition for their work in website development and marketing, including making the Inc. 500 List in 2012, receiving the NEO Success Award 2 years in a row and being named one of the Top 10 Marketing Firms in Crain’s Cleveland Business Magazine. Recognition and awards aside, OuterBox continually builds momentum as an web design and marketing agency and has grown from $100,000 a year in revenue to over $3 million.
OuterBox has celebrated many milestones throughout the years including 2 building moves, numerous appearances on different television shows, partnering with different community outreach initiatives and the christening of the office’s new and beloved coffee pot. One of the largest milestones came in 2012 when OuterBox made the move to spin off Onveos, an enterprise level .NET shopping cart platform company meant to simplify the management of an eCommerce site while providing powerful online shopping features and a modern design.
In looking towards the future, OuterBox strives to continually provide custom and creative eCommerce solutions to small companies and fortune 500’s alike that meet the needs of today’s online consumer.
“The Ecommerce industry is always changing and that’s what still makes it fun,” says Smith. “I’ve been doing this for 13 years, but I still get to try new things and learn new things each day.”