Major factors such as social sharing, product data, customer engagement, hardware technologies, and real-time analytics are reshaping how we buy. How can businesses take advantage of the new commerce right now? Are we driving towards a convergence of 'augmented shopping' online and off-line? Are the challenges to advancing retail technology around user behavior or more advanced technology?
Nitin heads up business development for Stipple where he focuses on developing publisher and advertiser relationships. Prior to Stipple, Nitin worked for several small and large technology companies in Silicon Valley. He has an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management and is presently pursuing a Masters in Liberal Arts at Stanford.
Dan Hess, CEO has a 20-year track record of building successful technology-enabled businesses and products. Most recently Dan was President of Thought Motor, an interactive strategy consultancy. Previously he was VP Marketing & Strategy at Tribune Interactive. In 1999 he joined comScore (NASDAQ: SCOR) as part of the original executive team that drove the company from startup to $60MM in revenue. Prior to comScore Dan held sales, marketing and operations positions at Information Resources... Read More →
Kevin Leland joined Lightbank in February 2010. He is the Co-Founder and Vice President of Marketing for Pawngo, the first full-service online pawn shop. Previously, Kevin served as Marketing and Business Development Manager at The Wall Street Journal where he launched a new mid-tier sales division. Prior to The Journal, Kevin worked at Tribune Company as a Brand Marketing Specialist, where he managed branding initiatives for RedEye, the daily commuter paper, and Tribune digital properties... Read More →
Ivan manages Americas business development for NAVTEQ.
Since joining NAVTEQ in 2004 as a Product Manager, Ivan has initiated the $28.5M acquisition of a map company in South Korea, led the product integration of a Mexican acquisition, managed the development of a new map database in Australia and launched the first map product optimized for pedestrians using mobile phones and consumer electronics (Discover Cities). Products that he managed are used by Porsche, Toyota, Yahoo... Read More →
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