By Nicole Connell on Monday, June 18, 2012
Employees, clients and media came to celebrate the opening of GSI’s new location in NYC. John Donahoe, president and CEO of eBay, was in attendance and expressed his excitement to the crowd. “We see the consumer is changing the way they engage with brands. They want a seamless shopping experience -- whether it be online or in the store. Retailers and brands need effective demand generation to succeed in this multichannel commerce environment and GSI provides unmatched marketing services to drive consumers to their stores.”
By GDJ Dorai on Thursday, February 24, 2011
The eTail West conference is once again in Palm Springs this year, with the theme, “The Future is Now: Managing ‘What’s Next’ While Remaining Focused on Today’s Brand Experience.” It’s a timely theme -- with the pace of change in ecommerce, the challenge is definitely in executing today while planning for tomorrow. GSI comes to eTail for the obvious marketing benefits. We meet with current clients and prospects, but each of us also attends to learn the various approaches that retailers are taking to succeed in multichannel commerce.
Day one kicked off with an interesting panel discussion on “Moving Beyond Internal Challenges to Create Effective Multichannel Experiences.” The panelists were Ron Boire, President and CEO of Brookstone, Shery Clark, President and CEO of Boston Proper and Mark Pierce, CEO of MarketLive.
By Jose Mallabo on Tuesday, January 25, 2011
The 2010 holiday season was supposed to be the best one for online retailers in the past few years. Holiday growth estimates range between 13% (comScore for overall online industry) to 23% (Chase Paymentech for top 50 websites) – with a lot of changing consumer behavior behind it all. Last week, I spent a few minutes with Fiona Dias, executive vice president of strategy and marketing of GSI Commerce, to see what happened in the industry last quarter and what marketers can take from it as we roll further into 2011.
By Jose Mallabo on Monday, January 10, 2011
To further expand its fast growing portfolio, GSI Global Marketing Services has acquired ClearSaleing, a leading advertising analytics and attribution management company. The deal allows GMS to expand into new markets with an analytics offering that the early adopters are already using to plan campaigns from dollars to creative.
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