accesso Blog Series: Three eCommerce Site Features to Close the Sale

Turn­ing a guest’s ini­tial vis­it to your eCom­merce site into a sale is the goal of every busi­ness but as we all know, inter­rup­tions often get in the way. Many vis­i­tors are sim­ply brows­ing, with no intent to pur­chase. Oth­ers may be in the process of research­ing and com­par­ing options; still more may sim­ply just get dis­tract­ed. Recent research sug­gests that there are over 1.6 bil­lion web­sites in the world, so how do you ensure that yours is primed for suc­cess? As a fol­low-up to our blog on max­i­miz­ing eCom­merce sales, we’ve got three more eCom­merce site fea­ture tips that can help you close the sale!

accesso Technology Group’s Prism product could shake up the UK festival market.

Reporter Calum Muir­head of Proac­tive Investors recent­ly shared news of acces­sos 2018 per­for­mance and pre­dic­tions for growth poten­tial. While acces­so is cur­rent­ly a leader in the theme park, cul­tur­al and live enter­tain­ment indus­tries, their inno­v­a­tive prod­ucts, such as the Prism wrist­band, present them with an oppor­tu­ni­ty to pen­e­trate the UK’s £500 mil­lion fes­ti­val market. 

accesso Blog Series: Fundraising in an Era of Micro Philanthropy

His­tor­i­cal­ly, muse­ums and cul­tur­al insti­tu­tions have relied heav­i­ly on large annu­al gifts from gen­er­ous phil­an­thropists to ensure upkeep and oper­a­tion. How­ev­er, while aging baby boomers cur­rent­ly play a high-pro­file role in char­i­ta­ble giv­ing, they will soon make way for the next gen­er­a­tion of donors. Gen X and mil­len­ni­al phil­an­thropists are like­ly to change the land­scape for dona­tions, and oper­a­tors in the cul­tur­al mar­ket must adapt to meet future fundrais­ing goals.