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asknet appears at Internet World 2014

Karlsruhe/Munich – January 29, 2014 – asknet, the leading provider of global e-commerce solutions, is informing people on the many pitfalls of international e-commerce at the Internet World convention in Munich. asknet’s VP of Marketing, Sales & Business Development, Katja Speck, is offering concrete support and strategies in her presentation.

Like every year, Internet World is being held as a pure B2B convention, introducing new developments from the dynamic industries of e-commerce and online marketing. Numerous companies that seek to sell their products via the internet now or in the future are learning about current trends and products at the Munich Convention Center.

“asknet established itself years ago as a provider of international online shopping systems,” said Speck, who also has many years of experience in the field. “During this time, we have gained a lot of insight into how international e-commerce works and which strategies are successful. We developed a type of ‘10-point plan’ based on this experience, which helps us implement a sweeping, long-term, successful e-commerce strategy.”

Speck is introducing this 10-point plan for an international e-commerce strategy to visitors of Internet World on Wednesday, February 26, 2014. This will cover an effective concept for opening up new markets ? which involves all tasks regarding the shopping system and its services ? to successfully develop an online sales presence worldwide. Speck will explain at Internet World how this concept will look so that it functions not only locally, but also internationally. She will also be providing each of her visitors with a personal e-commerce check list.

About asknet
asknet, a leading global provider for customized e-commerce solutions allows merchants to sell into more than 190 countries around the globe. asknet's e-commerce gateway exceeds market standards for software and digital media distribution. The company develops and maintains portals for software distribution and supplies 80% of all German universities with software products. asknet acts as a large account reseller for Adobe and Microsoft in the Academic Market and won the IBM Bestseller Award 2012. asknet offers students a wide range of software downloads for personal use through its leading Internet platform “”. asknet's customers include numerous providers of specialty software and licensing products including ABBYY, CyberLink, F-Secure, HBO, Nero, NetObjects, Norman, Panda Security and Steinberg Media Technologies. asknet was founded in 1995 as a spin-off of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT, formerly the University of Karlsruhe). In 2012 the company’s transaction revenues amounted to more than 90 million euros. For more information, visit