Posts tagged “E-commerce”
Founded in 2008, Durham-based Two Toasters has turned an app development niche into a booming business. The bootstrapped startup ranks No. 787 on the latest Inc. 5000 list with revenue surging 579 percent over the past three years. In an exclusive Insider interview, CEO Rachit Shukla explains why Two Toasters is so hot.
ChannelAdvisor went public just a year ago, but the Morrisville-based provider of international ecommerce services has not let up on new product development. Looking for ways to expand its market, the company hired an outside research firm to conduct an in-depth survey among hundreds of firms utilizing ecommerce. What did ChannelAdvisor find out, and how are the results shaping future plans? WRAL TechWire has the details for Insider subscribers.
One way to increase support for Bitcoin-related startups in North Carolina, says Boost VC CEO Adam Draper, is to get companies in the area that started something on their own.
Will the virtual currency Bitcoin face increasing regulation in the future? Is Bitcoin secure enough to attract mass use? About a hundred or so experts at the Cryptolina Bitcoin Expo last week in Raleigh discussed the complex security and regulatory issues facing the virtual currency.
Executives at Wilmington-based REEDS Jewelers provide a handful of examples as to why in June it became the first fine jeweler in the country to accept Bitcoin as payment in this story as part of the news partnership between WRAL TechWire and ExitEvent.
Veteran telecom executive and angel investor Steve Vanderwoude is the latest leader to join the speaker lineup for the upcoming "Fiber Transforms the Triangle" conference being put on by WRAL Tech Wire with SAS as the host partner.
Bitcoin proponents at the Raleigh Cryptolina Bitcoin Expo say the virtual currency does what the Internet itself is famous for: Cutting out the middle man in financial transactions.
Inside Windsor Circle's new round: Why Comcast as investor, how Steve Case helps, new jobs, expansion
Ecommerce startup Windsor Circle went national in searching for new venture capital. Why? And how is AOL founder Steve Case helping as an investor? How does the Durham firm plan to spend its new cash, and are new offices on the horizon? CEO Matt Williamson goes on the record for WRAL TechWire Insiders.
Never heard of bitcoins - or don't know what they area? The founders of Cryptolina, the bitcoin expo at the Raleigh Convention Center on Friday and Saturday, want to answer those questions - and more. They see the expo as just a first step. "It's a bitcoin 101 event," says one. It's intended to stimulate businesses large and small to consider it as a money-saving payment protocol, and interest entrepreneurs and investors in bitcoin-related startups.
Windsor Circle's Matt Williamson and his team are showing other entrepreneurs how to grow a successful business and - in these days of tight capital at least locally - the way to land venture capital. Williamson shares his three secrets for raising VC.
Former FCC executive Blair Levin and former MCNC CEO Joe Freddoso are among the headliners for the half-day conference Oct. 13 being put on by WRAL TechWire and hosted by SAS. It's the latest in WRAL TechWire's Executive Exchange series.
Amazon is taking direct aim at mobile payment systems such as Square by introducing the Amazon Local Register, a credit-card processing device and mobile app designed to help small business owners accept payments through their smartphones and tablets.
Durham-based Windsor Circle, a fast-growing startup that develops software designed to improve customer retention, has landed $5.25 million new funding. Comcast Ventures led the round along with Triangle investors and AOL founder Steve Case.
A documentary about the world of virtual bitcoin currency will make its premier at the upcoming Cryptolina Bitcoin Expo in Raleigh. Meanwhile, federal regulators are warning consumers about risks in using virtual currencies.
BernieSez is a simple application for attorneys who handle traffic cases and other misdemeanor offenses. Clients log on, register and upload their tickets. Then the registered attorneys place bids to handle the clients' cases.
Channel Advisor is seeing early dividends from its recent investments in China as company president and COO David Spitz spelled out in a conference call Monday to discuss ChannelAdvisor's most recent quarterly earnings.
P.F. Chang's is providing more details on its ongoing investigation into a security breach, saying data may have been stolen from certain credit and debit cards used at 33 P.F. Chang's China Bistro restaurants in the U.S - including ones in Durham and Charlotte.
In its latest bid to compete with Amazon, Wal-Mart is rebuilding its website to further personalize the online shopping experience of each customer, the company announced on Monday.