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Online is today’s go-to shopping method for millions, but what does that mean for businesses, for consumers, and the entire supply chain in between? Join host Stephanie Postles as she sits down with eCommerce leaders on the front lines of digital innovation.

With guests from established enterprise companies to start-ups barely out of infancy to everyone in between - you’ll get the inside scoop on what’s Up Next in Commerce. New episodes come out every Tuesday and Thursday.

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EPISODE 74
James Standley, the CEO of Solé Bicycles, discusses battling through manufacturing and partnership hardships, and the unique opportunities to market with UGC and differentiated content.
EPISODE 73
Adam Tishman, co-founder and co-CEO of Helix Sleep, explains the company’s go-to-market strategy and how personalization helps with both short-term and long-term growth.
EPISODE 72
Jon Feldman, senior manager of product marketing at Salesforce, discusses the tactics companies are using to build more cohesive customer journeys across an increasingly dispersed ecommerce ecosystem.
EPISODE 71
Jay B. Sauceda, CEO of Texas Humor and founder of Sauceda Industries, discusses social media community building and making logistics and marketing more personalized and human.
EPISODE 70
Nik Sharma, CEO of Sharma Brands, discusses the challenges of customer acquisition and why scaling a DTC brand requires constant experimentation.
EPISODE 69
Pernell Cezar, the co-founder of BLK & Bold Specialty Beverages, discusses making coffee accessible and expanding from the ecomm world into big box retail.
EPISODE 68
R.J. Talyor, CEO & Founder of Pattern89, breaks down what creative trends ecommerce professionals should be paying attention to in 2021.
EPISODE 67
Stephanie Yee, VP of Data Science at Stitch Fix, discusses why data scientists should be leaders in your organization, how to think about post-COVID models that were trained with pre-COVID data, and why tech like GPT-3 could be the

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