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Robert Giovannini

CEO at IronPlane

While in Russia in 1999 Robert met some amazing artists creating handmade chess sets. To help sell these, he created his first eCommerce website.

When orders began to come in from around the world, he realized this was a great opportunity to explore. Between 1999 and 2012 he built and developed several eCommerce and digital service companies.

In 2012, he co-founded IronPlane, a full service Magento website development agency. Robert works with clients to find the right investment balance in technology to help maximize return on investment.

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BOOK NOW FOR your podcast

Robert Giovannini

CEO at IronPlane

While in Russia in 1999 Robert met some amazing artists creating handmade chess sets. To help sell these, he created his first eCommerce website.

When orders began to come in from around the world, he realized this was a great opportunity to explore. Between 1999 and 2012 he built and developed several eCommerce and digital service companies.

In 2012, he co-founded IronPlane, a full service Magento website development agency. Robert works with clients to find the right investment balance in technology to help maximize return on investment.

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As seen on

Timeline

2012 - Present

IronPlane

CEO

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2012 - Present

2009 - 2011

SalesQuill.com

Co-Founder

2009 - 2011

Feb 2003 - 2010

SavetheImage.com

Co-Founder

 

Feb 2003 - 2010

Aug 2000 - Feb 2003

Fastcase

COO

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Aug 2000 - Feb 2003

1996 - 2000

Eastman Kodak

General Director

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1996 - 2000

1994 - 1996

Peace Corps

Business Development

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1994 - 1996

Ask me

How did you get started building a website development agency?
How do you choose an eCommerce platform?
How do you balance omni-channel conflict - B2B/D2C?
Should you buy or build?
Where did the name IronPlane come from and what does it have to do with a tech agency?
How do you work with an agency or how do you work with a client - should you ever "fire" a client?

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