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    Head Hunter

    I long for the raised voice, the howl of rage or love.

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    Marketing CEO

    Contented with little, yet wishing for much more.

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    If anything is worth doing, it's worth overdoing.


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Development 90%
Design 80%
Marketing 70%


Development 90%
Design 80%
Marketing 70%


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We pride ourselves on bringing a fresh perspective and effective marketing to each project.

  • Green Dot Acquires Loopt

    Green Dot Acquires Loopt

    Prepaid provider, Green Dot, today announced that it is acquiring Loopt, a location-based mobile rewards provider, for $43.4 million. This is an interesting new angle for a company operating in the prepaid market. To date, we’ve seen things like prepaid top-up or reload via a mobile device, prepaid as a payment option in a mobile wallet, or mobile access to prepaid balances and mobile banking-like functionality. But this acquisition goes a step further in that Green Dot has announced its intention to become a significant player in the delivery of mobile point of sale applications. Feature/functionality built around a payment option can create a compelling value proposition for the consumer and will be central to driving the success of mobile POS payment. Loopt’s loyalty applications, and its intellectual property – patents for real time mobile marketing in the context of location-based messaging – can be integrated to help build recurring use of Green Dot’s prepaid options as well as the company’s extensive reload network and services. Will that be enough to vault Green Dot into a leadership position in the market for mobile POS payment? Let’s say it will be a good start and a competitive offering, but there are many contestants in this race, and they are still lining up at the starting blocks.

    via Javelin
  • ASUS Transformer Android 4.0 ICS Update is full of bugs

    ASUS Transformer Android 4.0 ICS Update is full of bugs

    Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update is TOTALLY buggy.

    Since I updated to Android 4.0 ICS I've had nothing but troubles with my ASUS Transformer Eee Pad.

    Hard restarts holding the power button for 10+ seconds is constant. Restarts will hang. Keyboard functionality is even compromised as I'm getting international characters showing up intermittently.

  • Globalizing Ecommerce to Reach New Markets

    Globalizing Ecommerce to Reach New Markets

    US web retailers have compelling reasons for selling online to foreign consumers. As ecommerce growth slows at home, they are seeking new revenue streams in foreign markets, especially in emerging internet economies like China, where B2C online sales are forecast to grow at a 94.2% compound annual rate from 2010 to 2015.
    “Some US retailers have started to sell online internationally after seeing significant amounts of site traffic coming from abroad,” said Jeffrey Grau, eMarketer principal analyst and author of the new report, “Globalizing Ecommerce: What Retailers Need to Know About Entering Foreign Markets.” “Retailers that hesitate are likely to face higher entry barriers later, as competitors team up with the most desirable in-country business partners and earn the loyalty of local online consumers.”
    So far, the most popular foreign countries for US online retailers have been Canada, the UK and Australia—highly developed markets that share linguistic and cultural affinities with the US. However, the markets with the highest growth prospects—and which also present some of the biggest challenges—are emerging ecommerce economies like China, Brazil and India.

    B2C Ecommerce Sales CAGR in Select Countries, 2010-2015

    According to a March 2011 Internet Retailer survey, a majority of online merchants—led by web-only and chain retailers—indicated they sold online to consumers outside the US. However, the extent of companies’ operations when selling online to foreign consumers can run the gamut, from merely accepting international orders without providing customer support to having full-fledged country-specific websites and operations abroad.

    US Online Retailers that Sell Online to Consumers Outside the US, by Business Model, March 2011 (% of total)

    Ecommerce adds a new dimension to global retailing. Selling abroad is nothing new for some long-established US retailers. But complementing foreign brick-and-mortar stores with an ecommerce counterpart capitalizes on the burgeoning multichannel shopping trend. And even for experienced retailers, there are new challenges associated with international ecommerce.
    “Even in entering highly developed markets like the UK, Japan and South Korea, retailers have stumbled by mistakenly assuming these markets are built in the same mold as the US,” said Grau. “Each market abroad, no matter how developed or superficially similar to that of the US, has unique characteristics that US retailers must take into account if they are to succeed.”

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