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Shopify adds Shopgate as m-commerce platform for merchants … – Mobile Marketer

Brief Published July 5, 2018 Brief: E-commerce company Shopify added mobile app developer Shopgate to its program of approved technology vendors. Shopgate already provides a mobile commerce platform to several Shopify Plus merchants such as Grunt Style, Black Rifle Coffee Company, NanaMacs and Elite Queens, according to a press release. As part of the Shopify Plus Technology Partner Program, Shopgate can provide ... Read More »

Shopify adds Shopgate as m-commerce platform for merchants – Mobile Marketer

Brief Published July 5, 2018 Brief: E-commerce company Shopify added mobile app developer Shopgate to its program of approved technology vendors. Shopgate already provides a mobile commerce platform to several Shopify Plus merchants such as Grunt Style, Black Rifle Coffee Company, NanaMacs and Elite Queens, according to a press release. As part of the Shopify Plus Technology Partner Program, Shopgate can provide ... Read More »

How Winnie Wants To Build The Portal Parents Need – PYMNTS.com

Winnie – like so many tech innovations – started out as an attempt by its two co-founders to solve their own problems. And Winnie’s co-founders were something of a unique dynamic duo in Silicon Valley terms. Like many of their fellows, they were young, entrepreneurial and technology-minded. They also had resumes that included stints at a veritable catalog of tech headliners, ... Read More »

Commerce Department move may doom China Mobile's hopes for US license – Washington Post

The Commerce Department headquarters in Washington. (Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg News) A Commerce Department agency recommended Monday that the Federal Communications Commission reject China Mobile’s bid for a license to operate in the U.S. market, saying Beijing could use the state-owned Chinese telecom giant to spy on U.S. government agencies and businesses. The verdict from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), ... Read More »

Snapchat expands commerce to influencers, partners with Kylie Jenner – Mobile Marketer

Brief Published July 2, 2018 Brief: Snapchat debuted a native commerce feature to let influencers earn money from products sold through their posts. Reality TV star Kylie Jenner partnered on the program for last week’s launch in a video post promoting her The Sorta Sweet Palette for Kyshadow makeup, according to Digiday. To buy the product, Snapchat users could swipe ... Read More »

Mobile Chamber of Commerce endorses new South Alabama stadium – WKRG News 5

Copyright 2018 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – An on-campus football stadium at the University of South Alabama earned another endorsement. The Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors passed a unanimous resolution supporting the stadium. This follows both the City Council and County Commission suggesting they'll ... Read More »

Rakuten acquires mobile commerce startup Curbside | TechCrunch – TechCrunch

Tokyo-headquartered Rakuten, Japan’s answer to Amazon, is acquiring the Silicon Valley mobile ordering and pickup startup Curbside, the companies announced today. Terms of the all-cash deal were not disclosed, but Curbside had previously raised between $40 million and $50 million from investors including CVS, Index Ventures, Sutter Hull Ventures, AME Cloud Ventures, Qualcomm Ventures, Chicago Ventures, and others. Founded in ... Read More »

Commerce Spotlight: Mobile's 'Now,' but What's Next? – Response Magazine

Mobile has already more than proven itself as an effective marketing outreach tool that companies can use to connect and engage with smartphone-toting consumers. With 93.1 percent of U.S. millennials using smartphones — followed by 85.1 percent of GenXers and 64.4 percent of Baby Boomers — the marketer that hasn’t incorporated some form of mobile outreach into its marketing plan ... Read More »