Loop54 • Stockholm • Heltid
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Loop54 is a search software-as-a-service (SaaS) used by E-commerce and Marketing managers to increase sales and conversion rates by improving the site-search Customer Experience (CX). Characterised by unparalleled search results relevance, personalization and automation, Loop54 can be implemented within days via a REST API.
At Loop54, you will have the opportunity to join a strong team at an exciting time. Our journey thus far has taken us through the initial stage where everything is uncertain to the point where we have some really large customers - including SIBA, Coop, Telia, Office Depot and Gina Tricot - and a product search engine that outperforms everything else on the market.
Backed by investors, it's now time for us to hire great people to get us where we want to go.
You will strategize ways to drive growth and you will execute on those growth strategies. You will manage demand generation/nurture campaigns mapped to each stage of the buyer's journey.
You will manage web, email, partner and social media strategies as well as develop, execute, and optimize paid campaigns.
In addition, you will:
Minimum requirements for this role:
It's difficult for computers to properly interpret human behaviour and intent. We take a unique approach to solving this problem, one that's much less dependent on the actual 'words' and doesn't require big data.
Founded in Stockholm in 2012, Loop54 started life as a search and recommendation related consultancy project for Voddler (the leading Swedish-based video-on-demand platform at the time). Loop54 morphed into a standalone product search engine in 2013, with the company growing and soon becoming cash-flow positive.
In 2015, Loop54 raised $580K in seed funding from Axel Johnson (one of Sweden's leading business groups, employing 19,000 people, and whose investments engage with 1 million customers daily), RECAPEX (based in Stockholm, previous investments: virtual fitting solution for fashion e-tailers, Virtusize), together with Swedish government agency, ALMI Invest, and angel investor, Erik Byrenius.