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D2C companies deliver customer delight and simplicity

D2C companies deliver customer delight and simplicity Ashwin Ramasamy Contributor Share on Twitter Ashwin Ramasamy is the cofounder of PipeCandy, which provides algorithm-generated insights and predictions about ecommerce and D2C companies. His company helps investors, banks, tech firms and governments understand the global ecommerce landscape. @Ashwinizer More posts by this contributor The […]

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Optimizing customer retention will be a priority in 2020

Optimizing customer retention will be a priority in 2020 Guy Marion Contributor Share on Twitter Guy Marion is CEO/co-founder of Brightback, the first automated customer retention software for subscription businesses. More posts by this contributor 6 steps to reduce churn for high-volume subscription companies We’ve seen our fair share of shocking headlines […]

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Corporate, public investments spur interest in Pacific Northwest startups

Corporate, public investments spur interest in Pacific Northwest startups Dan Burgar Contributor Share on Twitter Dan Burgar is President of the Vancouver VR/AR Association, where he has helped develop the city’s ecosystem into the second largest VR/AR hub globally. He’s also a partner at Shape Immersive, which creates innovative solutions for top […]

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Naspers Foundry is open for South African startup pitches, CEO says

Naspers Foundry is open for South African startup pitches, CEO says Naspers’ 1.4 billion rand (≈$100 million) VC fund to support South African startups — Naspers Foundry — is accepting pitches, after making its first investment in online cleaning services company SweepSouth. The funding initiative also has a new leader, Phuthi Mahanyele-Dabengwa, […]

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Source: Nike has picked up Russell Wilson’s Tally/TraceMe in a rare acquisition

Source: Nike has picked up Russell Wilson’s Tally/TraceMe in a rare acquisition Nike has long been synonymous with premium sneakers and other sports gear, but now it seems that the company could be extending its brand into another area — digital media — thanks to the rumored acquisition of a Seattle-based startup. […]

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Badass millennial women are supercharging startup investments

Badass millennial women are supercharging startup investments Patricia Nakache Contributor Patricia Nakache is a general partner at Trinity Ventures. More posts by this contributor The next frontier in real estate technology Defensible strategies for food tech entrepreneurs facing the Amazon juggernaut Across the political, social and economic stage, women’s issues are finally […]

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Nike Huaraches get updated for the smartphone age

Nike Huaraches get updated for the smartphone age Ever since they went from Back to the Future fantasy to real world wearable tech, Nike has promised that the Adapt line was more than just a one-off gimmick. Slowly but surely, the company has made its self-lacing motor technology more accessible, most notably […]

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Nike launches a subscription service for kids’ shoes, Nike Adventure Club

Nike launches a subscription service for kids’ shoes, Nike Adventure Club Just in time for back-to-school shopping, Nike today officially announced its entry into the subscription service market with the launch of a “sneaker club” for kids called Nike Adventure Club. The new program is specifically designed to make shopping easier for […]

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Nike buys an AI startup that predicts what consumers want

Nike buys an AI startup that predicts what consumers want Nike’s market cap has swollen past $100 billion, but the shoe company still sees potential to learn more about what customers want and how to source and stock products to meet those needs. The company announced that it has acquired the Boston […]

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India’s Reliance to buy majority stake in Google-backed Fynd for $42.3M

India’s Reliance to buy majority stake in Google-backed Fynd for .3M Indian conglomerate Reliance Industries is acquiring 87.6% stake in Fynd, a seven-year-old Mumbai-based startup that connects brick and mortar retailers with online stores and consumers, for 2.95 billion Indian rupees ($42.33 million), the two said in a brief statement late Saturday. […]

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