Genero Growth Marketing Breakfast: Strategies and tactics to Grow your e-commerce business


Welcome to Genero Growth Marketing Breakfast – Strategies and tactics to Grow your e-commerce business event on Thursday, December 5th, 08:00 – 11:00 in Helsinki.

Get inspired, socialize and hear about strategies and tactics to grow your e-commerce business from Teemu Kiiski, Jonathan Björkskog and Sami Kiiski, together with a tasty breakfast. 

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Event details

Thursday, December 5th at 8:00 – 11:00

Tammasaarenkatu 3 / Building: Pinta / Room: Venezuela / Helsinki

Teemu Kiiski, CEO, Finnish Design Shop
Jonathan Björkskog, Head of SEO, Genero
Sami Kiiski, CEO, Halti

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Sebastian Östman, COO & Co-founder, +358 50 308 4196,

Sponsored by

Genero – The Growth Marketing Co.

Growth marketing for those who aim high!

Genero’s aim is to help our customer companies grow and achieve better results. That is why we focus on measurable digital marketing. Pleasant statistics alone are not enough to satisfy us — we measure, test and make sure that everything we do really works.

Genero was born in 2009. We have offices in Helsinki and Pietarsaari and our crew currently numbers approximately 50 people. Our customers include Snellman, Mutti, Komplett Bank, Arcada, Mr. Panini, Alma Media, Fysios, Crème Bonjour and Mirka. Our turnover in 2018 was 5 million euros.


A-lehdet is a bold and innovative media house that has grown to become an expert in living and health, as well as a pioneer in digital influencing.

The A-lehdet Group comprises the parent company A-lehdet Oy and its subsidiaries: Finnish Design Shop Oy, Finland’s biggest online retailer for design products, plus Oma Terveys Oy and Hyvinvoinnin Tavaratalo Oy, which offer wellness and health services. A-lehdet is also a majority shareholder in the growth marketing company Genero Oy.

The story of this family enterprise began with Apu magazine in 1933.