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Insights from every webshop on the market – How we do it

ith Tembi you don’t just get enriched B2B company data, we’ve actually visited every webshop on the market to ensure it is operating, analysed its products to understand what product category it belongs to, and connected traffic data from SimilarWeb to understand how its popularity has developed. 

A similar exercise would take 82 years for a person if s/he worked without a pause. And we do it bi-weekly.

Tembi for sales and marketing teams

At Tembi we are fascinated by the challenge of large-scale data gathering and analytics, and the more complicated, the more creative our product and data science team gets.Our Market Intelligence solution for companies targeting webshops - E-commerce Core – visits bi-weekly any active webshop in the European market capturing data on:

 • Technology platform (WooCommerce, Shopify, Magento etc.)
• Payment providers/systems (Klarna, Ayden, Stripe etc.)
• Product data (Products sold, number of products, product growth etc.)
• Company data (Ownership, address, warehouse(s), financial data etc.)
• Operating markets (languages, export markets etc.)

On top of this, we use proprietary AI-models to categoriSe each webshop into a product category using both image recognition and large language models (LLM) to ensure high quality data when you filter our database.

Granular filters to match your ICP

We’ve been there ourselves, looking for that last filter to get a precise search result –why we’ve added over 50 filter options to our product to ensure you can find exactly the webshop you’re looking for. Filter or cross-filter on product categories, growth stage, number of employees, website traffic, number of products, languages –and if you would lack a filter, our team is quick to add it (if we have the data of course).

Advanced analytics that generate insights

With deep data on each webshop, we can uncover insights by combining data in different ways. Our econometric and AI-models can today predict revenue estimations, company growth and for example technological investments – adding a deeper understanding of the maturity of a webshops operations. 

Combining these insights with webshops data further increases your possibility of narrowing your targeting, as well as better understanding your current clients, or where you’ve had success lately.

 With better data, we can get better insights that helps us reach our goals faster. If you’re interested in getting a demo or better understand how our clients use Tembi – don’t hesitate to book a call - or find more material about our E-commerce Core Solution here.


How to build a data and AI-driven organisation

n today’s business world, being data-driven is no longer a question; it is a necessity. Organisations that don’t understand how to work with data and leverage it risk falling behind or even going out of business. However, merely being data-driven is not enough anymore. The rapid growth of access to artificial intelligence (AI) and lowered computing cost has amplified the significance of data, driving a shift towards predictive (and even prescriptive) intelligence to stay ahead of the competition.  

Transitioning from a data-driven to an AI-driven organisation presents immense opportunities, enabling companies to understand the competitive landscape better, and leverage both market predictions to gain an edge, as well as improving operations to lower operating expenses. This transition requires a fundamental change in how we operate and organise the company. Secondly, we need to decide where to start, and whether to build, or buy a solution.

Here we share five, simple, steps to ensure your organisations success in this transition.  

1. Management must clearly state that it is a goal

Achieving success with a transition is a strategic choice and an executional leadership challenge. It is crucial for management, whether top-level executives, business unit leaders, or team managers, to clearly communicate that the goal is to capitalise on the benefits of being data-, AI-, or analytics-driven, and where these benefits will have an impact, and why the transition is imperative for the organisation’s success. Leaders should:

  • Clearly state the necessity of this transition for organisational success.
  • Be transparent about the potential challenges of the transition.
  • Accept that the transition might take longer time than anticipated, especially if immediate benefits are not apparent.
  • Repeat the goal, ensure regular follow-ups on the agenda, at least monthly, preferably weekly, and support.

2. Organise the transition

Clarifying responsibility is essential as well as identifying the right person to lead the operational work of the transition. Allocate funding centrally rather than locally to prevent initiatives from being perceived as competing with short-term operational needs. By centralizing funding and clarifying responsibility, organisations can ensure that the transition to an AI-driven approach is viewed as a strategic investment rather than an operational cost.

3. Disseminate the solution broadly

It is unfortunate when initiatives become confined to a single department or individual. The benefits of an AI-driven approach are significant and extend across the entire organisation. Therefore, it is crucial to integrate solutions into as many teams as possible where there is a business case. Engaging more teams in the adoption phase offers several benefits:

  • Shared costs across more teams.
  • A unified language and collaborative efforts towards success.
  • Accelerated transition and higher combined ROI.

Avoid placing the burden on a single individual. Employ the innovative power of the entire organisation to achieve greater success.

4. Embed new solutions in daily routines

For new solutions and strategies to work, they must be integrated into daily operations. Overcoming existing habits and ways of working requires repetition until the new practices become habits. Incorporate the use of data and analytics tools into the organisational rhythm, such as in weekly meetings or daily stand-ups. Measure the impact of these new practices and share the progress with the entire organisation. Highlight how the transition is improving efficiency compared to previous methods.  

5. Embrace an Adaptive Mentality

Fostering an adaptive mindset is crucial for the transition to an AI-driven organisation. This mindset should infiltrate the company culture, regardless of role. Here are three tips for building a stronger adaptive mindset:

  • Identify and support superusers who can inspire and motivate others.
  • Hire individuals with an innovative mindset, both leaders and employees.
  • Promote a supportive culture through promotions, celebrating successes, and sharing positive results.

It might sound simple, but actively working on lifting and promoting the right people is very often overlooked. Make sure it is part of the leaderships action plan so this practice doesn’t fall between two chairs, or is forgotten within a couple of quarters.


Building a data and AI-driven organisation is essential for maintaining competitiveness in today’s business environment. Transitioning from being merely data-driven to embracing AI and predictive intelligence offers significant advantages, including a better understanding of the competitive landscape, leveraging market predictions, and improving operational efficiencies.

To ensure success in this transition, organisations should follow five key steps. First, management must clearly articulate that becoming an AI-driven organisation is a strategic goal. This involves transparent communication about the importance and challenges of the transition, along with regular follow-ups and continuous leadership support.

Second, organising the transition is crucial. This includes clarifying responsibilities and centralizing funding to ensure that AI initiatives are viewed as strategic investments rather than operational costs.

Third, disseminating the solution broadly across the organisation is vital. Integrating AI solutions into multiple teams enhances collaboration, shares costs, and accelerates the transition, leading to a higher overall ROI.

Fourth, embedding new solutions into daily routines ensures that these practices become ingrained in the organisation’s operations. Regular use and measurement of the impact help highlight the efficiency improvements over previous methods.

Finally, fostering an adaptive mentality is essential. This involves supporting superusers, hiring individuals with an innovative mindset, and promoting a culture that celebrates successes. An adaptive mentality ensures the organisation remains agile and responsive to new opportunities.

By following these steps, organisations can effectively leverage data and AI, achieving sustained success in an increasingly AI-driven world.

Market Intelligence

Nordic E-commerce Report

iscover data and insight around webshops in Sweden, Denmark, Finland & Norway. This report is free and available on LinkedIn for download.

What to expect inside?

We've visited and analysed over 70.000 active webshops in Sweden, Denmark, Finland & Norway. Orginsed around three topics you'll find:

➜ Insights around distribution of product categories
➜ Data on delivery prices and delivery methods
➜ Discover which technology platforms power the webshops
And much more ⏩

Go to our linkedIn page and view, or download your copy.

Previous E-commerce Reports

Baltic E-Commerce Market Intelligence Report (Published January 2024)
Nordic e-commerce Market Intelligence Report (Published October 2023)

Real Estate

Strategic Selling: Use Local Area Insights to Win Your Next Commercial Pitch

hen you're pitching as a real estate agent, knowing the details well shows your professionalism and sets you up for success. In commercial real estate, understanding the area around your property can really make a difference. It's not just about showing the space; it's about explaining its future potential and what's happening in the market around it.

While Tembi’s Market Intelligence Platform for Real Estate helps agents find tenants by predicting company relocations, this data is also very useful in pitches to Real Estate Owners.

Here are a few ideas and ways to improve your pitch using data from Tembi’s platform, moving it from a generic presentation to an insightful conversation around the commercial property and its area.


Present deep area insights

Know the types of buildings, available spaces, and current tenants. This lets you understand the area's composition and the types and sizes of businesses likely to move in. Analysing moving patterns helps you see where companies are coming from, how often relocations occur, and how long companies stay.  

Predicting Company movements

The commercial real estate market constantly changes, with companies of all sizes reassessing their location needs. Pointing out these potential moves can strengthen your pitch significantly. Clearly explain which businesses might move to the area and why with the help of Tembi’s Moving Probability Score. This shows you understand market trends and aligns with what your clients need.

Space requirements: Tailoring your approach

Knowing how much space a prospective tenant might need is crucial. This isn’t just about numbers; it’s about tailoring your offerings to the market’s needs. Discussing square meters in the context of tenant demands positions you as a knowledgeable partner, not just a facilitator. For example, consider whether it makes more sense to split a 400 square meter office into two or three units based on moving patterns and the area’s composition.

Catering to the right tenants

The types of companies moving into an area can greatly influence a property’s value. Whether it’s tech startups or law firms, understanding this dynamic can transform your pitch. Match the property’s features with the expectations and culture of incoming companies.

Data-driven discussions

Back up your claims with data, market analysis, or company data. Having this data at your fingertips boosts your credibility. It shows you’re informed, and your insights are based on reliable sources. By using targeted, data-backed information, you reduce time spent on generic preparations. This lets you create a more impactful presentation that addresses specific client concerns and market opportunities.

Lifting the conversation

Move from generic pitches to discussions that resonate more deeply. Talk about the property and its area not just as they are, but as they could be. This encourages deeper engagement from potential clients who see you understand their long-term success.

Knowing how the area around “your potential” property is developing gives you a strategic edge. It allows you to anticipate changes and position your property as a smart choice in an evolving landscape.


In commercial real estate, winning a pitch often comes down to how well you understand and convey a property’s location potential. By focusing on the broader context, you turn a simple sales pitch into a compelling vision of the future, clearly showing why the smart choice is to act now, with you.

Interested in knowing more about Tembi’s Real Estate solution, don’t hesitate to book a meeting with Dennis.

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Last Mile Delivery: If You're Not Monitoring Your Checkout Positioning, You're Losing Market

n the ever-evolving landscape of e-commerce, the race to secure customers and meet their delivery expectations has never been more intense. Last-mile delivery providers are constantly seeking new e-commerce clients, but what if I told you that there's a critical factor many overlook? It's not just about acquiring new clients; it's about optimising your position in their checkout process. Here's why:

1. The Power of Checkout Positioning

At Tembi, we understand the significance of where a delivery provider stands in the checkout process. Did you know that up to 60% of final package orders go to the top-ranking delivery provider? This means that by being ranked number 1 instead of 2, 3, or 4 at your clients, you could double or even triple the number of orders from a client.

2. Cost and Ranking

Interestingly, but not surprisingly, our data shows that the top-ranking delivery provider is the cheapest option in up to 80% of cases.  

End-user delivery fees depend on the independent deal between last-mile providers and webshops. Other than lowering the delivery price paid by the e-commerce company, there are several ways to affect this.

Progressive discounts based on order volume, collaborative logistic offerings, reliance on service, and related solutions are all options that can help e-commerce companies offer your last-mile delivery service as the cheaper option for the end user.  

3. Beyond Cost: Delivery Time, Sustainability, and Collaboration

However, it's about more than just being the cheapest option. Factors such as delivery time, delivery method, sustainability options, and collaboration with the delivery company also play significant roles. One or more of these are always present when the cheapest option differs from the top-ranked delivery option.  

Consumers are increasingly conscious of environmental impact and delivery speed, making these factors crucial in their decision-making process. Therefore, they are also weighed in terms of the webshop owner's priorities and systems.

4. Reacting to Changes

Losing your top ranking can be disastrous, but it's often discovered too late. Sometimes, you only realise this at the end of a quarter when financial results reflect the drop in orders. It's crucial to act swiftly on changes at your clients.  

The Tembi Market Intelligence Solution for e-commerce gives you updated insights into your market's webshops, including delivery providers, checkout rankings, export markets, technology use, product categories, and much more.

This not only enables you to identify new ideal client profiles but also to quickly react to changes in your existing clients – like when you lose or win a top 1 position.

5. Strategic Monitoring and Reaction

Many of our clients establish a business case for using our market intelligence solution for e-commerce based on new client acquisition alone. However, the value of working strategically and tactically to monitor and react to changes in checkout positions at existing clients often significantly exceeds the value of client acquisitions alone.

From several of our Last-mile delivery clients, we have witnessed an average of 30% - 50% increase in top-1 rankings working tactically with this. Typically, this amounts to a total increase of 20%- 33% in revenue from the existing client base!

6. Take Action

Curious to learn more? Eager to get started?  

Contact Tembi for a commitment-free discussion about our solutions and services to help you optimise your revenue from your current and future e-commerce clients. With Tembi's market intelligence, you can stay ahead of the competition and secure your position at the top of the checkout page.

In the fast-paced world of e-commerce, every advantage counts. By focusing on client acquisition and optimising your checkout positioning, you can ensure your last-mile delivery business thrives in today's competitive market.

Click here to schedule a call today.  


Similarweb and Tembi

ccess website traffic data inside Tembi.

We are happy to share that we’ve entered into a data partnership with Similarweb where we display monthly website data traffic inside our Market IntelligencePlatform.

Using Tembi, you can now use the data from Similarweb to filter your search based on traffic volumes, see historical data on selected webshops and be able find the growing webshops within different product categories.

For access or inquires, please contact our e-commerce responsible Peter.

Market Intelligence

A look into Swedish Commercial Real Estate

ast month we published our commercial relocation predictions for 2024 in Denmark, and today, we're publishing our Market Intelligence report for Swedish Commercial Real Estate.

Our data science and econometrics team looked through Swedish data from the last six months together with our predictions models to see which companies in Sweden scored a high moving probability. Looking at companies with minimum five employees, we predict that 4698 companies and production units will change address next year.

Inside the report you'll find, besides relocation predictions, relocation data from the last six months, which industries saw the most movement as well as moving velocity - how many companies have relocated in the three biggest areas in Sweden during the last three years.

Access the full report here.

After reading the report, If you're interested in getting a sample of which companies will relocate next year in Sweden, book a demo, and we will prepare data for you.

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Market Intelligence

A 5-Step Guide to Identifying, Targeting, and Winning Over Your Ideal Customer Profile (ICP)

f you're a marketer or sales representative in any B2B market, you know the challenges of identifying your Ideal Customer Profile (ICP) among your total market. It's not always a straightforward process and getting it wrong can be costly.

Failing to identify the ICP means wasting time and money on unsuccessful outreach, attending irrelevant meetings, and seeing your closing rate decline.  

On the other hand, getting it right can lead to successful outreach, higher client relevancy, an increased win rate, and acquiring more clients with fewer resources. There is a lot to gain.

At Tembi, we've spent countless hours helping our clients identify and target their ICP. To help you start your journey, we've created a 5-step guide on how to get your ICP work right.

Step 1: Analyse Your Current Customers

One of the interesting aspects of identifying your Ideal Customer Profile (ICP) is that you can often find the answer right in front of you - among your existing clients. Try to identify patterns among your most successful and satisfied customers. Look for similarities in industry, company size, location, and purchasing behaviour.

Finding common characteristics among your top customers will help you gain insights into the type of companies that are best suited to your solutions.

Step 2: Develop Detailed Buyer Personas

Create detailed buyer personas that represent your ideal customers within different segments of your target market. Consider job roles, responsibilities, goals, challenges, and decision-making criteria.  

Use both quantitative data and qualitative insights to flesh out these personas. Give each persona a name and backstory to make them relatable and memorable for your sales and marketing teams.

Step 3: Consider the factors that are impacting your industry.

To gain a better understanding of the market in which your B2B solutions operate, it's important to dive into market insights. By staying up-to-date with emerging trends, challenges, and opportunities within your target industries, you can effectively identify common pain points or needs that your solutions can address.  

To achieve this, intelligence solutions like Tembi can be helpful. By using the right insight tool, you can identify patterns across your market and discover what is currently driving change for your potential clients.

Step 4: Identify and Target Your ICP

Identifying and targeting your Ideal Customer Profile (ICP) can be a challenging task, even with your ICP and buying persona in hand. There are several useful tools available that can help you identify industry players, but when it comes to narrowing down your segments, you only have three options:

1. Devote lots of manpower and resources from your team to conduct research in your segment.


2. Seek paid consultancy to support the research needed.


3. Use a market intelligence solution that delivers the necessary insights into your market

At Tembi, we specialise in the latter option. We provide deep insights into entire markets, with the ability to cross-filter and monitor your potential and existing client base.

Step 5: Iterate and Refine Your ICP

Building an ideal customer profile is an iterative process that requires ongoing refinement.  

  • Continuously gather feedback from your sales and marketing teams as they engage with prospects and customers.  
  • Monitor the effectiveness of your messaging and tactics, and be open to adjusting your ICP based on new insights or changes in the market environment.  
  • Regularly revisit and update your buyer personas to ensure they remain accurate and aligned with your target audience.

Finally, make sure you have the intelligence solution that allows you to identify new targets quickly when tweaking your ICP.

Looking to start or improve your market targeting process?

Tembi is here to help. Our team of experts has spent thousands of hours supporting clients from various industries, providing deep market insight solutions that are tailored to their specific needs.

Our Tembi Market Intelligence solution can help you quickly identify and target new clients, giving you an edge in winning their hearts.  

Whether you're looking to learn more about Ideal Customer Profiles (ICPs) or want some qualified input into your targeting process, our team of targeting specialists is ready to assist you.

You can book a free and non-committal assessment with one of our specialists today by clicking the link below.  

Book a free consultancy

About the Author

Thomas, our CCO, has over 15 years of experience working with client targeting and acquisition across various industries. Trust us to help you take your business to the next level!


Solving the challenge of categorising webshops by products

ead list generators is a red ocean. Thousands of companies offer multiple ways to filter company or technology data to narrow down a segment of potential clients.

The challenge:  Precision is quite poor as data is not contextualised.

Customer problem: Lead list is very inaccurate, leading to many disqualified leads and lost of time. (And irritation.)

How we’ve created a world-class categorisation system using analytics

Our machines have been learned and optimised over the course of years to automatically categorise webshops based on product category. We started with 16 categories two years ago, and today we have 38 product categories (i.e. Shoes, Fashion, Beauty, Car parts, Beverages, etc.).

This is how we do it, and this is why our clients see a reduction of disqualified leads with over 80% after switching to Tembi. (If time is money, then an 80% reduction is quite a lot of money.)

Web Scraping
We’ve built custom web scraping tools that automate the collection of data from each webshop. We run hundreds of different scrapers to ensure we can gather the right data.

Data Cleaning
We process the scraped data to remove irrelevant information, correct errors, and prepare it for analysis.

Natural Language Processing (NLP)
We use NLP techniques to analyse the text data from webshops and product descriptions and names. Which helps us understand the context and categorising products based on their characteristics.

Machine Learning (ML) Classification
We've trained a machine learning model on a dataset where the product types are already known. This model is used to classify the products in webshops into predefined categories.

Manual Review and Feedback Loop
We constantly review the process to ensure accuracy and continually improve the ML model through a feedback loop.

And this is why when you look for a website that sells clothes on Tembi, you will only find webshops that sell clothes.

To date we have validated over 1 million webshops around Europe, and update our data several times per month to ensure a very high quality that help sales and marketing teams find the webshops that match their ICP.

Interested in knowing more about our e-commerce solution and how we categorise webshops? Download the product presentation or book a meeting for a demo.


News! Tembi now available for Software Providers and Digital Agencies

ind the webshops you’ve always been looking for - Small or large, local or international, on the rise or in need of a strategic nudge.

At Tembi we look beyond general company and webshop data, and visit each webshop to better understand which type products are being sold, the technological platforms in use, and for example, what software's are powering the webshops communications, performance and operations.  

Our machines do the equivalent job of thousands and thousands of people daily researching the web, collecting information, gathering data and putting it together in one place. Webshop after webshop.

“Securing the right targets at the right moment isn’t just about closing deals—it’s about gaining a strategic advantage. With Tembi’s latest market intelligence innovation for Software Providers and Digital Agencies, whether your focus is business development, sales, or marketing, you’ll gain an excellent perspective on market dynamics.”
Michael Bugaj, CMO at Tembi

Access exclusive data with precision

We're not just about scratching the surface. Our goal is to deeply understand each webshop, connecting them to their parent companies to unveil their financials, interconnected webshops, and operational domains.

By integrating information from multiple places into a singular, comprehensive view, we enable sales and business development teams to better segment the market, and see where new opportunities are developing, and link that to individual companies, refining lead list and decreasing disqualified leads with up to 80%.

Identify relevant webshops to your business

When we initially ask potential clients how many webshops they believe there is in their market the typical answer is around 1/3 of the market, meaning most of the market goes unnoticed.

Who are the emerging stars? The niche players about to grow? With Tembi, these questions find their answers. Our platform allows you to input your ideal customer profile, creating alerts for when potential leads meet your criteria.

Benefits of using our Tembi’s e-commerce solution

Besides significantly simplifying the process of gathering data, here are five immediate benefits:

1. Extensive filtering options to match your ICP

Filter on location, products, markets, financials, ownership, and +50 other possibilities to find exactly the cohort that matches your ICP and/or campaign.

2. Rapidly grow your pipeline

With your ICP in place, see immediately the whole lead list on your market, and set up notification for automated new matches.

3. More information on your ideal targets

Understand you targets business and its situation better. Get clarity around their product offering and development and how you can help.

4. Spend your time right

Up to 80% less disqualified leads frees more time to be able to focus on closing the deals.

5. Understand your market

We monitor the market weekly and visualise trends and movements so that you can better understand how the market develops and identify new opportunities.

Interested in knowing more about our e-commerce solution? Download the product presentation or book a meeting for a demo.

About Tembi

Tembi is a data and analytics company, providing a software solution designed to deliver market information and insights that give our customers a better understanding of their market and how it develops. Our Market Intelligence Platform gathers and connects data from multiple industries to give a more precise and correct overview the market and its companies.

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