Posts tagged “E-commerce”

November 14

Premium Lock Good news for fintech players: Revenues to double by 2020

Dollar sign      Financial technology, or fintech, platforms are likely to see revenues double by 2020, according to a new study.

November 11

Premium Lock What makes influencers decide to partner with a brand?

What is the top factor when much coveted influencers decide to partner with a brand" It isn't money.

Tapinfluence survey shows what influencers care about Tapinfluence survey shows what influencers care about

November 9

Expect speed up of retailing disruption by Amazon

McKinsey & Co. sees ecommerce disruption Expect continued disruption in the US retailing and consumer products sector caused by and possibly, China's Alibaba, to speed up, says Sajal Kohli, a senior partner at McKinsey & Co.

November 8

Deja Mi (WedPics) looks to raise $900,000

WedPics Its portfolio consists of two apps, Deja Mi and WedPics. Deja Mi is a location-based photo and video sharing app that enables users to build collaborative albums based on shared experiences. WedPics is a customizable wedding-based photo sharing app.

November 2

Premium Lock LendingTree to double in size, adding 314 jobs in Charlotte

Help wanted sign        LendingTree, a financial technology firm based in Charlotte since 1998, is doubling the size of its online financing unit with 314 new jobs and a $47 million investment planned over the next five years. The company could get some $10 million in tax incentives over five years.

Updated October 26

Premium Lock Charlotte-based AvidXchange raises $3.5M in new funding

Fast-growing AvidXchange, which sells accounts payable and payment automation software, has raised $3.5 million in new financing.

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October 25

Premium Lock Google Express expands shopping, delivery service to NC

Google Express Google is expanding its Google Express online market and delivery service to North Carolina as well as several other southeastern states. Users have a choice of paying a fee per order or a monthly charge or an annual service fee.

October 21

Premium Lock Macs cheaper than PCs, DDoS attacks, and do people want self-driving cars?

Bulldog In today's update of technology news: DDOS attacks such as those affecting sites Friday are "vicious" says Channel Advisor founder Scot Wingo; IBM says Macs are cheaper than PCs; and do drivers really want autonomous cars?

October 5

Premium Lock Lulu to back NCSU's Lulu eGames another five years

Lulu Lulu, the global self-publishing firm headquartered in Raleigh, will fund the Lulu eGames startup competition at N.C. State for another five years.

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