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E-Commerce developers, I need advice please


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ElijahEls

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Helle everyone,

 

Quick intro: I started a company based in Europe in Oct 2013 and one of our biggest projects is to develop an E-Commerce webstite for a specific market. I was recently working with a Web Developer in Ireland but at a serious cost. Then I went on to contact few in the U.S. ( I am also an American but live abroad & studied business management so all this IT talk is of a foreign language to me) and got quotes ranging from $20,000 to $80,000.

 

To me it just sounds ridiculous. Sure my project is complex and requires a lot of work but I am not a donkey. I know there are other ways of getting this done at a lower cost.

 

On the plus side, with the company I was working with, we have already discussed, elaborated and detailed out the

1. Strategy / Brand

2. Marketing

3. Business Model

4. Measurements & Statistics

5. Languages & Currencies

6. Target Markets

7. Requirements etc...

So all the inital work is already done.

 

I plan on flying out to San Francisco in August and since Silicon Valley is close by and I hear nothing but good things about the area. How do I go about finding someone or a team who would be willing to work with me for a nice fee in order to develop this project?

 

I know there are a bunch of skilled individuals out there who are looking for jobs...

 

ANY ADVICE IS APPRECIATED


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ElijahEls

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Anyone...??


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Jasy_J

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:woot:  seriously ?  u pay a lot for it

 

 

 Which platform have you used? 

If Magento let me reccomend you these guys http://magecom.net

There is another  way of getting this done at a lower cost.

I've worked with them ,

I was satisfied with their job, they specialize in magento and know well this platform. I think you can at least contact them and find out the price.

 Good luck in your project ;)


Edited by Jasy_J, 26 August 2015 - 05:14 AM.

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azarl

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Use wordpress for your site and blog - it's free. Add a custom theme from Template Monster to give you the look and feel you want. Add Magento eCommerce - again free. Finally add Magento-Wordpress Integration - yes free

 

That's it - up and running in few weeks


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