Posts tagged “ChannelAdvisor”
Twitter tests new hastags; Nortel pensioners fight deal; ChannelAdvisor-Yahoo deal; T-Mobile's new bidder
In today's wrapup of technology news: The Wall Street Journal says Twitter is testing new hashtags; Nortel pensioners don't like bankruptcy deal; ChannelAdvisor makes a deal with Yahoo; French firm bids for T-Mobile.
This is part one of a three-part series on how to turn ideas into companies. This story features Scot Wingo, co-founder and CEO of ChannelAdvisor, and is part the news partnership between WRAL TechWire and ExitEvent.
Ecommerce services provider ChannelAdvisor, which went public a year ago, reports record revenues for its most recent quarter - a 30 percent jump - and CEO Scot Wingo has aggressive plans to drive even more growth. That means more jobs. "Of course we have an aggressive plan," Wingo says, "which means you can't rest."
Ecommerce services provider ChannelAdvisor recently expanded its efforts into sales-rich China and on Tuesday disclosed a deal with the Chinese Internet giant Alibaba designed to further expand sales. Also, the Morrisville-based firm rolled out a new tool that it sales will help clients better manage sales campaigns across multiple ecommerce platforms.
If you are an entrepreneur looking for investors or you are a person of worth casting about for a possible deal, then you need to be among the more than 200 people attending the Entrepreneurs' Series event next week where the topic is the 2014 deal climate.
The record results exceeded ChannelAdvisor's expectations and marked the first time its sales had ever topped $20 million in a quarter. Read why ChannelAdvisor's sales are riding high.
Obama on net neutrality; Precision BioSciences settlement; Chelsea executive; ChannelAdvisor webstores
In our Bulldog Blog's latest technology and life sciences news: Obama on 'net neutrality'; Precision BioSciences settles litigation; Chelsea Therapeutics new executive; ChannelAdvisor expands webstores.
Facebook shares hit record; Pappas promotion; ChannelAdvisor execs on road; Google ferries workers; Samsung's new 'eye' phone
In our Bulldog blog's regional tech and life science news update: Facebook shares are at a record high; Pappas Ventures names a new partner; ChannelAdvisor execs hit the road to talk business; Google to ferry workers to the Valley; Samsung's new phone may include eye recognition.
Diana Semel Allen is joining ecommerce services provider ChannelAdvisor as its general counsel and vice president. Allen most recently worked for nearby Cree. She replaces Scott Alridge, who left ChannelAdvisor as of Dec. 31.
ChannelAdvisor is boosting its growth efforts in China with the appointment of a new executive to lead efforts in that country. The company also discloses the agenda for its annual "Catalyst" conference.
Online shoppers - especially at Amazon, eBay and through Google - drove traffic to record levels and ended up making nearly $2 billion in purchases, according to Morrisville-based ChannelAdvisor and Internet research firm ComScore.
Tracking of how consumers made purchases online over the Black Friday weekend by ChannelAdvisor finds that 40 percent used mobile devices. That percentage runs counter to a new survey from research firm Ovum, which says are likely to remain dominant. But "Cyber Monday" data might skew ChannelAdvisor's findings. Meanwhile, overall Cyber Monday traffic shows a big bump.
With six fewer shopping days between Thanksgiving and New Years in 2013, retailers were counting on getting a big boost from turkey day shoppers. Morrisville-based ChannelAdvisors reports the online "baskets" were filled,
For all its power and reach, Twitter gushes losses -- $65 million in the third quarter, nearly three times more than it lost a year ago. As Wall Street analysts size up Twitter ahead of its first public stock sale this week, more than a few are expressing concern about the company's lack of profits.
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