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Author: James Cronin
Eric Abensur is the CEO at Venda, the world’s largest on-demand convergent commerce provider. Venda works with a number of high profile fashion retailers such as Urban Outfitters, Laura Ashley, Clothing at Tesco and Wonderbra, delivering reliable and scalable mobile, social and ecommerce platforms and processing over $1Bn in transactions annually.
Eric took charge of Venda in 2008. He was previously Vice-President of Orange Home and Chief Executive Orange Home UK PLC following the merger of the internet and mobile operations of France Telecom in the UK. Before that he was CEO of Wanadoo (formerly FREESERVE), a leading UK Internet Service Provider.
Eric started his career in 1989 with Ernst & Young in Paris and Los Angeles, where he specialised for the Technology Media Entertainment sector. From 1998 to 2001, he was Finance Director of France Telecom Pay-TV division.
Bitcoin, the latest and arguably most successful ‘virtual currency’ to date, is causing a stir in many circles.
The digital currency stands completely alone from any government, central bank or other type of business to underwrite its value, and Bitcoin exchanges take place directly between the buyer and seller – meaning no banks are involved to facilitate Bitcoin payments.
In this post, I'll look at the future of these crypto currencies.
When it comes to shopping, consumers have always preferred a more tactile and visual experience.
The growth of ecommerce and social networks like Pinterest means that brands are increasingly allowing, even encouraging, consumers to share images of products online.
Here, I'll look at how the mobile revolution and the prospect of wearable technologies like Google Glass are set to change how retailers can use images to drive both brand awareness and, ultimately, sales.
In this post, I'll look at Christmas e-tailing and the likely trends over the next 12 months.
Retailers must look towards implementing digital strategies into their traditional bricks and mortar approach if they want to capitlise on the potential growth opportunities online and mobile can provide.
Mega Monday, Cyber Monday, the day for flurried transactions, huge site traffic and flash sales. Whatever you call it, the much-discussed day has passed with a significant boost for online retailers.
The results for the 2012 holiday season have, so far, been promising. Retailers on our platform saw this Sunday nudge Cyber Monday off the top online shopping day spot as far as revenue is concerned, but both days performed exceptionally well.