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Martin Pasquier

Martin is the founder of a social media boutique with a partner in Paris to help brands understand a new world of communities, interactions and opportunities.
Extremely impressive. Adoption is THE challenge #1, and so many companies do it wrong (hello telcos and banks trying to encapsulate people in your decrepit old garden). I'm also very impressed by the "Infosys Mafia", they seem to be the equivalent of Paypal in India, lots of their alumni are behind the most prominent tech companies there.

Commented 3 weeks ago on

This Indian startup is everyman’s Apple Pay
You're right too. I think the "fresh" category can be anywhere. It's such a pain to shop for groceries anyway: time, weight, line, and you always forget something : ) Here's a wrap-up of the conference given by Redmart founder during Echelon last June by the way, he has quite an interesting vision on the industry: http://www.innovationiseverywhere.com/future-e-commerce-trends-singapore-based-redmart-founder/

Commented 11 months ago on

Logistics startup aCommerce downsizes in Singapore to avoid bloodbath
Well, except than the size of the market in Singapore and its density of malls makes little sense to order online for a longer wait. And prices of customer acquisition are ridiculously high (been trying to work with a startup with 3 digit CAC, fashion industry)

Commented 11 months ago on

Logistics startup aCommerce downsizes in Singapore to avoid bloodbath