This week, Blue Acorn announced the launch of a new website for Curtain Call, a premiere supplier of dance recital apparel, owned by Perform Group, LLC, the industry leader in gymnastics and dance apparel. The new site is built on Magento Enterprise Edition 1.14.
If there’s one thing you can always count on in the digital retail space it’s change. As a retailer, it’s important to stay on top of trends and keep up with the latest digital marketing strategies.
Just a short time ago, Blue Acorn moved into a brand new 12,000 square foot facility. Not only did we double our office space, but we gained a more open, more communication-friendly environment. Our board room doubled in size, we added a creative room for those critical UX projects that demand solitude and extra attention, and we created four equal-sized pods– one for each of our four agile teams– and we placed them around DevOps and our Optimization team. The new floor plan resembles our philosophy: make agile decisions around data.
Blue Acorn is excited to be back on the floor entertaining and educating merchants at IRCE next week in Chicago! This will be the 10th Annual Internet Retailer Conference & Exhibition, and it will feature nearly 90% of the eCommerce solutions market.
Last year was a big year for Blue Acorn. We celebrated our fifth anniversary, we doubled in size, and we broke ground on a new office. We also expanded our optimization services and created tons of new revenue for clients with conversion testing. Not to mention, we had fun while we did it.
SCOUT by Bungalow, a leading supplier of fashion and lifestyle bags, bins, insulated totes, and travel accessories has just launched its new online store, which was designed and built by their eCommerce partner, Blue Acorn, on the Magento Enterprise Edition (EE) platform. The new site produces higher functionality for both SCOUT’s B2C customers (consumers) and their B2B customers (resellers), as well as for SCOUT’s own marketing and customer service teams.
With an ever-increasing number of Inc. 500 companies, Fortune 500 companies, and IPO’s taking place here in Charleston, the city introduced to America by Fast Company as “Silicon Harbor” needs a headquarters for its tech community.
Blue Acorn has flourished in Charleston’s “knowledge-based” economy, which began to take shape just twelve years ago with the inception of the Charleston Digital Corridor, and now, the company – known throughout the world for its work in the eCommerce space – is doing its part to see that Charleston gets the kind of office space its thriving companies deserve.