Mobile Commerce Thought Leader: Andrew Paradise, AisleBuyer

  • February 2011
  • Posted By Nitzan Shaer
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On March 2, 2011, I will be moderating a panel, “Mobile Commerce: The Tipping Point is Here.” The event, which is part of the Vilna Shul Speakers’ Series, organized by Doug Levin, will feature some of the greater Boston area’s best mobile visionaries. I posed some questions about mobile commerce to Andrew Paradise (@andrewparadise), CEO

Mobile Commerce Thought Leaders: Mike Baker, DataXu

  • February 2011
  • Posted By Nitzan Shaer
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On March 2, 2011, I will be moderating a panel, “Mobile Commerce: The Tipping Point is Here.” The event, which is part of the Vilna Shul Speakers’ Series, organized by Doug Levin, will feature some of the greater Boston area’s best mobile visionaries. I posed some questions about mobile commerce to Mike Baker (@michaelkbaker) of

Mobile Commerce Thought Leader: Mike Schneider, aka SchneiderMike, Allen & Gerritsen

  • February 2011
  • Posted By Nitzan Shaer
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On March 2, 2011, I will be moderating a panel, “Mobile Commerce: The Tipping Point is Here.” The event, which is part of the Vilna Shul Speakers’ Series, organized by Doug Levin, will feature some of the greater Boston area’s best mobile visionaries. I posed some questions about mobile commerce to Mike Schneider, aka SchneiderMike,

Thought Leaders in Mobile Commerce: Mike Grimes, Modiv Media

  • February 2011
  • Posted By Nitzan Shaer
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On March 2, 2011, Nitzan Shaer of High Start Group will be moderating a panel, “Mobile Commerce: The Tipping Point is Here.” Nitzan sat down with panelist Mike Grimes, CEO of Modiv Media, makers of Stop & Shop's ScanIt and other mobile shopping solutions.

Mobile Commerce Thought Leaders

  • February 2011
  • Posted By Nitzan Shaer
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Some of Boston's thought leaders in mobile commerce will be sharing their thoughts on Wed., March 8, 2011, at Vilna Shul in Boston.

Who’s Missing from your Product Strategy Team?

  • February 2011
  • Posted By Janet Muto
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Strategic product development teams include a mix of people and skills: coding, architects, usability experts, marketing and more. Take a walk through most high tech shops and you’ll see this type of team working on the next version of their product. But there’s one crucial person who’s missing from many strategic product development teams: your user