Salmon is a global commerce service provider that defines and delivers market-changing commerce strategies and solutions for the world’s leading brands.
We have a reputation for using our technical know-how to make things happen. But we are creative too, which means we don’t always give clients exactly what they ask for. Instead, we call on our commerce expertise to put forward new and challenging ideas. We then help brands decide what to do, before we go on to deliver.
With Salmon, clients grow their online revenue and profit. We are trusted to run commerce solutions that generate more than £3 billion in sales each year.
Established in 1989, we have operations in London, New York, Sydney and Beijing. Our clients include Akzo Nobel, Argos, Audi UK, Halfords, Kiddicare, Morrisons, Premier Farnell, Sainsbury’s and Selfridges.
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- B2C and B2B eCommerce
- Content Management
- Customer Experience Design
- Digital and Multi Channel Strategy
- Fulfilment and Inventory Management
- Mobile and Tablet eCommerce
- Multi Channel Consulting
- Multi Channel Integration
- Omni-channel Services
- Online & Multi Channel Marketing
- social commerce
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