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JiWire Partners With Datalogix to Ramp Up Mobile Targeting and ROI

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“Where people spend their time and where they spend their money are two very powerful signals for understanding audiences in the context of their daily lives,” JiWire President David Staas told Street Fight. “Our partnership enables marketers to leverage the power of mobile targeting, measurement and insights across hundreds of rich audience segments.”

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In-Store Tracking — Privacy Intrusion or Communications Problem?

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As the web continues to expand beyond the desktop, it is infusing itself into the parts of our lives which we’ve traditionally viewed as offline and out of reach, creating an uneasiness among consumers. The question for the technology community is whether users’ fears represent a material resistance by a weary market or natural lag […]

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Could Healthcare Be Local Tech’s Next Big Opportunity?

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The botched launch of the has brought the healthcare industry — and its dysfunction — to center stage. But in the private sector, startups like ZocDoc and are quietly reinventing the ways patients are discovering and buying healthcare services locally, building a familar feature set that navigates the complex network of insurance companies, […]

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#SFSNYC VIDEO: The Next Billion-Dollar Exit in Hyperlocal

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With Google’s acquisition of Waze earlier this year, local tech is back in the limelight. During a panel at Street Fight Summit in New York last month, Matt Turck of First Mark Capital, Ben Siscovick of IA Ventures, and Jason Klein from OnGrid Ventures discussed where the best investing opportunities are these days in the […]

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#SFSNYC VIDEO: How Big Data Is Revolutionizing Retail

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In a panel at Street Fight Summit in New York last month, experts from the retail analytics space explored the ways big data is transforming the retail industry. Wesley Barrow, CRO at Nomi and Alexei Agratchev, CEO at RetailNext talked about how retailers can maximize profit from the moment a shopper walks into their store. […]

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Study Finds That Facebook Ads May Bolster Paid Search Performance

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A new study from Kenshoo finds that advertising on Facebook may bolster the performance of existing paid search marketing campaigns. The research, funded partly by Facebook, found that users who saw an ad on Facebook and then made a purchase via a paid search link spent nearly a quarter more than those who were not […]

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iInside CEO: Those Who Don’t Adapt to In-Store Tech Will Be Left Behind

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The company has created a set of hardware solutions to help businesses track and analyze consumers as they move within a store or a high traffic environment. By providing insights to retailers about what shoppers are doing and where they are spending time in a store, the company believes it’s helping brick-and-mortar businesses address issues […]

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How Same-Day Delivery Can Give Brick-And-Mortar Retailers an Edge

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Over the past few months, Deliv, a same-day delivery startup, has inked a partnership with real estate giant General Growth Properties in August and nabbed $6.85 million in funding. Street Fight recently caught up with Daphne Carmeli, Deliv’s CEO, to find out what’s driving the revival in same-day delivery, how startups can compete with the […]

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PlaceIQ Adds Location Analytics To Help Brands Understand Real-World Behavior

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In a push to buttress its ad targeting business, PlaceIQ has added two new analytics products, PreVisit and PIQ Analytics, that aim to provide marketers with a better understanding of their audiences by drawing insights from their consumer’s location data.The company believes that new features, coupled with its recently release attribution product, will allow marketers […]

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Handybook Co-Founder: The Key To Scaling Local Is Great Service

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Mobile bookings services are on the rise as consumers look to use their smartphones to do more than find information about local businesses. Enter Handybook, a New York-based technology company that allows users to book household services on its site and app. Street Fight recently spoke with Umang Dua, Handybook’s co-founder, to find out more […]

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