Stackline CEO sits down with Forbes Futures in Focus contributor Michael Gale for a podcast covering the future of retail and brand marketing.
Is the idea that big retail is dead by 2030 a commonly held belief or will retail have evolved so significantly that it will get over get over the hump of e-commerce, near infinite choices for consumers, and the desire to get everything within fifteen to thirty minutes from when it was ordered. This is the new world of commerce by 2030 for every one of us, according to guest Michael Lagoni, the CEO of Stackline. How companies react to this in the next few years will define if they are around in 2030 to take advantage of this world.
On a mission to fuel the future of commerce by bringing brands and customers closer together, Stackline is the first full-funnel connected commerce platform for the world’s most innovative brands. Business leaders, product innovators, performance marketers, and financial firms trust Stackline as the single source of commerce truth. Fueled by proprietary neural networks and deep learning systems, Stackline’s market insights, revenue metrics, behavioral data, and autonomous functionality, create the actions that determine success or failure.
Founded in 2014 in Seattle, Stackline employs over 200 connected commerce professionals creating value for 7,000 global brands.
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