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Previous Commerce Code Episodes

Episode 131: Engaging (67 Million) Customers With Social and AI

This week on Commerce Code we speak with Chris Curtin, Social Media and Rewards Executive at Bank of America. Chris came to Bank of America just this year, and he brought a wealth of experience working with some of the top global brands in finance and technology.

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Commerce Code
Episode 131: Engaging (67 Million) Customers With Social and AI
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Episode 130: Did Mobile Banking Boom in the Pandemic?

This week on Commerce Code we speak with Mladen Vladic, General Manager of Loyalty Services at FIS, as a Part Two to last week's episode. Last week, we talked about cryptocurrencies and rewards points, and this week we are turning to mobile banking. Did mobile banking boom in the pandemic, and what does that mean for the future of digital commerce?

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Commerce Code
Episode 130: Did Mobile Banking Boom in the Pandemic?
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Episode 129: Crypto After the Crash

This week on Commerce Code we speak with Mladen Vladic, General Manager of Loyalty Services at FIS. We look back at a wild year for crypto after speaking with Mladen on episode 60, and look forward to what's ahead for cryptocurrencies, customers and banks. We also catch up on another alternative currency with a lot of fans these days: pay-with-points, an area where Mladen has lots of experience.

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Commerce Code
Episode 129: Crypto After the Crash
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Episode 128: Considering Honey Automatic Coupons – and Student Loan Relief

This week on Commerce Code, Dan Currell, Chief Executive Officer of the Digital Commerce Alliance, takes a closer look at two issues. First, what’s the story on Honey, a discount app bought by PayPal back in 2020 for a whopping $4 billion. Second, how will the student loan relief announced by U.S. President Joe Biden impact the American consumer - and how soon will it make a difference?

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Commerce Code
Episode 128: Considering Honey Automatic Coupons - and Student Loan Relief
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Episode 127: Expanding the Spending Power of Loyalty Rewards

This week on Commerce Code we speak with Simon Goldstein, Founder & CEO of Rethink Loyalty, and discuss the evolution of loyalty rewards.

Commerce Code
Commerce Code
Episode 127: Expanding the Spending Power of Loyalty Rewards
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Episode 126: Summer Vacations, Market News and Monster Malls

This week on Commerce Code, Dan Currell, Chief Executive Officer of the Digital Commerce Alliance, is vacationing in northern Ontario out of internet range, so on this episode we'll stick to this week's economic and digital commerce news highlights. Enjoy this summer break episode and we'll return with a full Commerce Code episode next Friday.

Commerce Code
Commerce Code
Episode 126: Summer Vacations, Market News and Monster Malls
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Episode 125: Hey, Where Did Everyone Go? Employee Shortages and Labor Market Economics

This week on Commerce Code we speak with Tim Lee of Full Stack Economics, a Washington, D.C. based economic analysis firm, and learn more about the current shortage of workers.

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Commerce Code
Episode 125: Hey, Where Did Everyone Go? Employee Shortages and Labor Market Economics
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Episode 124: The 2022 Travel Roller Coaster – Talking Consumers and Offers

This week on Commerce Code we speak with Ed Wogan, SVP, Chief Merchant Officer at Collinson Valuedynamx, and Ted Mooney, CEO & Founder at Travel.Win, and discuss the ups and downs of current and future travel in 2022.

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Commerce Code
Episode 124: The 2022 Travel Roller Coaster - Talking Consumers and Offers
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Episode 123: The Economy & The Consumer

This week on Commerce Code we speak with Tim Lee, Reporter for Full Stack Economics, and explore consumer behavior in the current, volatile economy. Full Stack Economics is an independent publication based in Washington, D.C.

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Commerce Code
Episode 123: The Economy & The Consumer
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