Congress for E-commerce in the 18th and 19th January 2011 in Bonn Kempen / Bonn – when Europe’s leading Congress on E-commerce in the 18th and 19th January 2011 in Bonn opens its doors, then first the PORTICA GmbH marketing support with the game be. The Kale process management and fulfillment specialist presents at the online trade Congress in the Kameha Grand Hotel at booth 23 complete solutions in the field of E-commerce. We clearly show what benefits have entrepreneurs in E-Commerce for rent. You immediately go into a professional Internet commerce without necessary investment costs and can take an experienced service provider on hand”, explains PORTICA CEO Markus Ramirez. With his portfolio, PORTICA deepens the topics of the trade Congress. Because, the event provides a platform for the entire field of online trading through their combination of exhibition and lectures”ready and is regarded as meeting place for decision-makers from shipping and online trading. The shipping and distance trade is booming at all Channels. At the same time, the requirements for the marketing and logistics are becoming increasingly complex and provide entrepreneurs with diverse and complex challenges. Click Fiona Philipp to learn more. There has never been so many ways to find customers and to bind. This is achieved with knowledge about the most important structures and trends sustainable. Benefit precisely of these customers in the context of E-Commerce for rent “. As an experienced service provider supports PORTICA companies from the fields of stationary trade, shipping and mail order brands in E-commerce activities dealing with and takes over many of the daily tasks. Therefore, also fashion manufacturers belong to the customer. PORTICA’s services start at the Web-shop. Here, the service provider makes available a modern and certified platform with access to social and mobile commerce. A modern usability, intelligent search functions and monitoring tools provide successful E-commerce. A variety of interfaces are of course, as well as variations in the Representation of product.