Alex Levashov – eCommerce Consultant (Melbourne, Australia)

About

me

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Intro

This is my personal business/professional website. So here I post my thoughts, findings and other kind of content related with professional part of my life; issues I care about as a consultant, manager, digital marketer and entrepreneur.

Magento Ecommerce consultant

My consulting business helps online retailers to improve performance of their e-stores,  with focus on Magento eCommerce platform (both Community and Enterprise editions). In my work I leverage both digital and business experience obtained through years of helping other businesses to establish and optimize their digital presence, running own medium business and structured through education.

Brief profile/mini-bio

  • Areas of interest: e-commerce, digital strategy, marketing, entrepreneurship, venture capital, start-ups, UX design
  • Live in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  • Over 13 years of work experience in digital, previously worked in finances (stock market trading, M&A)
  • Clients and projects: DHL, ACMA, Melbourne Airport, Betta Home Living, South Australian Tourism Commission, Collins Booksellers, Monash University, USAID
  • Education (formal): undergraduate degree in IT/Economics, MBA with concentration in strategy and marketing (Melbourne Business School)
  • Professional certification: PRINCE2 Practitioner, Magento Certified Solution Specialist, Sitecore Certified Technology Specialist, Google Adwords and Shopping, Google Analytics
  • Languages spoken: English, Russian, Ukrainian

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