David Hughes discusses some of the insights that he was able to glean from the IRCE Conference in Chicago at the beginning of June.
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When the news dropped this morning that Amazon was buying Whole Foods for 13.7 Billion (that's 14x YouTube or Instagram) Dollars, I was pretty excited, both as a fan of both companies but also as a technologist. So I have some thoughts I wanted to share.
Here is quick summary of the afternoon session at Retailers Conference and Exposition (IRCE) hosted by Bernardine Wu of FitforCommerce and Milton Pappas of HBC Digital who highlighted this year's ecommerce trends.
Google has unleashed significant updates to its AdWords algorithm since the beginning of May and we’re starting to see some impacts on the campaigns we’re managing for our client partners.
Our friends at Grovemade have a killer website. We thought we would give them a shout-out and talk about what we think makes it so awesome.
International Women's Day made for some excellent discussion around the GRAYBOX office. One of our partners, Wildfang, wrote a great piece about honoring women and, in fact, every human on a daily basis. As digital consultants, we have to think about others on a full-time basis, but working in tech brings with it the challenge of bringing diversity to a caucasian male dominated space.
Accelo is a powerful tool for time entry. As consultants, GRAYBOX requires an agile bit of software that evolves as we do. Accelo helps us by offering partners transparency into every minute of time that we record. This transparency helps us keep our partner retention rates super high.
The technology around us is transforming lives, disrupting businesses and changing just about everything. This is the march of never-ending progress and it will continue to steam on, but I wanted to take a moment to look into the upcoming trends for how technology is going to continue to change and evolve in 2017.
An ironic twist: how Walmart helped small businesses when buying Jet.com On August 8th, 2016, Walmart Stores Inc. made a bold decision to purchase Jet.com for North of $3 billion. The exact deal, with about $3 billion in cash and $300 million in Walmart shares, could become the day when a legitimate competitor to Amazon.com was born.