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Previous Commerce Code Episodes

Episode 59: Who Can You Trust With Your Data?

This week on Commerce Code we speak with Pietro Grandinetti, Chief Technology Officer at Pentadata, about how fin-tech data companies have sprung up, offering enhanced control and privacy for the most important type of personal data: financial data. Pentadata is a Silicon Valley-based start-up that can access all of a consumer's financial data, but then lets that same consumer control which apps they share their data with.

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Episode 58: The Increasing Role of Corporations in Social Causes

This week on Commerce Code we speak with Carl Preller, CEO of points4purpose, about how commerce loyalty is being reinvented around a new theme of commerce with a conscience. Points4purpose is a fin-tech company that allows consumers to earn cash back when making purchases and then donate that cash to charities of the consumers choosing.

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Episode 57: Fin-techs Bring Stock Investing to the Masses

This week on Commerce Code we speak with Arash Asady, Chief Executive Officer of Bits of Stock, about the stock market, fin-techs and wealth inequality. Bits of Stock is a fin-tech company that enables average consumers to share in the upside of stock ownership of the retailers they buy from.

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Episode 56: What Is the Value of Financial Data?

This week on Commerce Code we speak with Dev Subrata, CEO and Founder of Fidel, about the consumer's role in financial data, the evolving regulatory landscape and why data is the hottest commodity in tech right now. Fidel is a UK based company that is in the business of accessing payment network financial data and providing it to mobile apps and loyalty programs.

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Episode 55: Revenge Spending: Myth or Reality – The Truth from Down Under

This week on Commerce Code we speak with Terry McMullen, CEO of OpenSparkz, a leading card-linked technology company based in Sydney that works with leading banks, merchants, shopping malls, and loyalty programs to increase consumer spending. Terry discusses whether revenge spending is real and the tools that merchants are using to lure shoppers back to their stores.

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Episode 54: The Phenomenal Rise of the Super App

This week on Commerce Code we speak with Erin Warren, General Manager of the Rakuten Card Linked Offer Network, about super apps and the central role that offers play in this rapidly expanding sector of digital commerce.

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Episode 53: Are Digital Ad Algorithms Broken?

This week on Commerce Code we speak with Omar Rafii, Chief Executive Officer of Krowd, and discuss whether their ad algorithms still work in this new age of commerce and how algorithms are leveling the playing field for big companies and small merchants.

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Episode 52: Big Banks Help Small Businesses

This week on Commerce Code we speak with Victoria Dravneek, SVP of Personalization and Loyalty Strategy at Bank of America, about how Bank of America is using its industry leading card linked offer program called Bank Amerideals, along with other technologies, to help small businesses survive and thrive through the pandemic.

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Episode 51: Commerce With a Conscience

This week Silvio Tavares, President and CEO of the Digital Commerce Alliance, and Becca Donahue, Senior Producer of Commerce Code, discuss how ‘Commerce with a Conscience’ is becoming ingrained in the way companies do business. Specifically, DCA member companies including Mastercard, Microsoft, Bank of America, Hilton and TransUnion are showcased.

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