Ross Beyeler built a successful ecommerce-focused web design business from the ground up — and he's willing to share the secrets of how he did it.
Learn how to grow your business by joining us for our first Shopify Partners livestream event on Monday, April 20 at 6:30 PM EST.
We’ve teamed up with the fine folks at General Assembly in New York to host an hour-long presentation from their midtown offices.
In this live session, Ross Beyeler — founder of the Boston-based ecommerce web agency Growth Spark — will share his experiences building a successful web agency focused on ecommerce and the Shopify platform. Targeted at freelancer web designers and agencies, this event will demonstrate how to get started with Shopify from both a technical and business perspective.
The livestream has concluded, but you can always sign-up to watch the recording. If you're looking for more live sessions to help you grow your business, head over to our webinars page to register for upcoming webinars or to check out our previous Partner Sessions.
About Ross and Growth Spark
Since 2008, Ross has run Growth Spark — an agency that helps ecommerce companies design interfaces that convert visitors into customers, implement technology to streamline operations, and use analytics to guide marketing decisions. Growth Spark has completed over 250 projects and led Ross to a nomination as one of BusinessWeek's Top 25 Entrepreneurs under 25 in 2010.
A graduate of Babson College, Ross is a serial entrepreneur in the technology space with experience ranging from digital marketing, business development, and strategic management. In 2007, he co-founded For Art's Sake Media, Inc. — a technology company serving the art industry — and led it through seed funding, team building, and product launch.
About General Assembly
General Assembly is an educational institution that transforms thinkers into creators through education in technology, business and design. Their global network of students, instructors, and entrepreneurs aims to bring people together to take advantage of a new kind of learning-by-doing approach to education.