Most people search on mobile and then buy on desktop, but mobile commerce is expected to surpass desktop soon. According to Criteo’s State of Mobile Commerce Report, the leading 25% of mobile retailers saw 50% of their sales from mobile. Also according to the report, app conversion rates exceed mobile web. We’ll talk more about where m-commerce is and where’s it’s going.
In her current role as head of digital consumer research, Michelle Evans follows the technological advances that are forever altering the way that consumers research, shop and pay for products and services. Her expertise spans topics like mobile pay, mobile apps, e-commerce, m-commerce, mobile marketing, digital marketing and social media marketing. From her research, she produces opinion pieces, in-depth reports, multimedia content and general analysis to help clients make informed, long-term strategic business decisions as it relates to this emerging connected consumer. Michelle is a recognized expert in this fast-changing industry and was named to Innotribe’s Power Women in FinTech Index in 2015.
Will Hernandez has 14 years of experience ranging from newspapers to wire services and trade publications. Before becoming Editor of Mobile Payments Today, he spent two years as the content manager for PaymentsJournal.com, a leading payments industry news aggregator and information hub published by Mercator Advisory Group. He spent four years covering the payments industry as an associate editor for multiple publications in SourceMedia’s Payments Group based in Chicago including ATM&Debit News, CardLine, PaymentsSource.com, ISO&Agent Weekly and American Banker.
Gary Kazmer has over 25 years’ experience in Digital B2C and B2B omnichannel revenue sales and operations. He is currently the GM of Global e-Commerce for Crayola where he is responsible for developing the Direct to Consumer global business by transforming Crayola.com into an inspirational brand store on-line. Previously, he was a Digital and Operational e-commerce consultant collaborating with CEO’s to create a strategy for growth through new business plans, refinement of the value proposition, competitive positioning, branding assignments, product development as well as detailed analysis of all electronic customer contact strategies down through funnel analysis and SEO / SEM strategies.
Catherine Tabor is founder and CEO of Sparkfly. For digital marketers who are focused on offers and promotions, Sparkfly is a vital data provider. By leveraging connectivity to the existing Point of Sale, Sparkfly powers in-store attribution tracking, increasing campaign ROI by enabling real-time optimization. She has been one of Mobile Marketer’s Mobile Women to Watch. A visionary in the digital space, Tabor is a firm believer that mobile offers can be the unifying force between mobile media and the point of sale.