Netconcepts to run site for US taxidermy firm
Why did Van Dyke’s, a South Dakota supplier of equipment to animal trophy-makers and collectors and a subsidiary of Cabelas, chose Netconcepts to overhaul its website and ecommerce strategy?
Ecommerce is a large part of the company’s business says Van Dyke’s Director of Operations Susan Kalb. Their selection of Netconcepts, whose development staff were based in New Zealand, was because the agency was able to meet their site and ecommerce needs better than any local supplier.
President of Netconcepts, Stephan Spencer says that of the last 38 site developments for their clients, 34 were for US-based companies. He also expected Netconcepts to double its revenue in the next 12-18 months.
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