• #SFSNYC Recap: 5 Key Takeaways from This Year’s Summit

    … Angus Davis, discussed the merits of balancing focus with strategic expansion opportunities. On the one hand, Rowlands noted that a fragmented market needs a leader. On the other, Richelson cautioned that the allure of going horizontal notwithstanding, products need to fit customer needs. Opening keynote speaker Josh McCarter, CEO of Booker, was more…

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  • 11 Luminaries You Don’t Want to Miss at Street Fight Summit New York 2015

    … 11 Luminaries You Don’t Want to Miss at Street Fight Summit New York 2015 October 14, 2015 by Noah Elkin Leave a Comment Filed Under: #SFSNYC The annual Street Fight Summit New York kicks off next week on October 20th with a star-studded lineup of speakers. Here are just 11 of the many experts you won’t want to miss (click here to see…

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  • ShopKeep’s Richelson: You Have to Specialize, Then Grow

    … to become all-in-one — or at least many-things-in-one — solutions. Cloud-based point-of-sale system ShopKeep, which began as POS software and now provides hardware, payments, marketing, and analytics, is an example of this trend. Founder Jason Richelson spoke recently about the company’s move beyond the software space and how cloud computing is changing…

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  • 8 Things SMBs Should Consider Before Adopting Mobile Payments

    … demands and security concerns increase, they’ll need to adopt the latest technology.” (Norm Merritt, ShopKeep) 3. Do you manage a quick-service restaurant? “We have seen the highest level of adoption of mobile payments systems in quick-service restaurants (QSRs), such as coffee or sandwich shops, as the benefits of mobile payments are especially…

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  • Panel: Different Kinds of SMBs Require Different Kinds of Marketing

    … to be addressed. This was one of the topics discussed at a panel discussion hosted by CoInvent last week at WeWork Soho in New York called “HyperLocal Marketing for NYC Businesses.” Moderated by Street Fight co-founder David Hirschman, the panel featured several industry veterans, each focused on a different piece of the SMB marketing equation…

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  • ShopKeep Working to Reduce SMBs’ Vulnerability to Credit Card Hacks

    … like ShopKeep where we have this military grade encryption at the head of the swiper. In addition you hear about Apple Pay and other mobile payment solutions. What’s interesting about Apple Pay is that it’s actually extremely secure because they have triple level of authentication. It has the secure enclave token, the transaction specific token…

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