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Simon Cross

Jan is a dedicated, ambitious, result driven leader and thoughtful individual. If you ever need someone to deliver under pressure, no slip-ups, just results, Jan is your man! He is great in dealing with difficult situations and a fantastic problem solver. Jan always brought his keen analytical skills to the table and was an excellent leader and ‘doer’ in any team situation. His many years as a Senior Conversion Specialist were evident in the way he approached complex projects and achieved business outcomes. I recommend Jan to anyone looking to implement Conversion Optimisation, he is a true Conversion Optimisation genius.

Shahzad Shahnawaz

We have been working with Jan from proimpact7.com since October 2011. So far we saw a tremendous improvement on our site. Thanks to our conversion optimization activities we already increased our annual revenue by $744,000 and by the end of
this year I wouldn’t be surprised, if we increase our revenue by $1,5 million compared to last year. Well worth the investment and I can highly recommend Jan.

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