Practicology is now Pattern

By Joanna Perry | Global Head of Marketing

Free web workshops for UAE retailers and brands

We're offering free web workshops to any UAE retailer or brand who is finding that their business has been impacted by the COVID-19 epidemic.

Practicology's ecommerce and digital marketing experts are on hand to offer a free one-hour web conference with you and/or your team, and ensure that you have the right digital strategy in play to help you navigate the next few months.

Whether your website has seen a spike in orders, you are suffering with a drop-off in web traffic, or you are a brand that needs to bolster your online presence quickly, we would be delighted to offer expert advice and to sense-check your plans.

Here are some of the things we can cover in the free web workshops :

  • Ecommerce strategy and trading
  • Digital marketing strategy and tactical tips
  • Multichannel action plans
  • Launching or improving your presence on marketplaces such as

Practicology is a Google Premier Partner with accreditations for Search, Display and Shopping ads. We are also an accredited Tmall Trade Partner, and our parent company Pattern is one of the largest Amazon sellers in the world.

Take advantage of our expert advice and let's work together to keep the United Arab Emirates' digital economy moving.  

Contact us now at with a little detail on what your main challenges are at the moment and we'll arrange a time to gather some more information about your business and chat via a Zoom webconference.


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