1. Stripe company is responsible for Twitter’s and Facebook’s Buy Buttons


Stripe made a promise that their coding tools will be used to create apps for online payments, and they did it. Now they work with companies like Facebook, Apple and Twitter. Following their development wouldn’t be a bad idea.

source: http://www.wired.com/2014/09/stripe-leads-race-1-trillion-future-mobile-payments/


2. PayPal and eBay are getting separate


Those two were a part of one company for 12 years. Now they decided it’s time for changes and new opportunities, but some say it’s more about Wall Street and that they are worth much more while being separate.

source: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/PayPal-eBay-Headed-for-Splitsville-81131.html


3. Meet Hardware Alley Startups on October 21st


Chance to see what new is coming in business. During the Disrupt Europe 2014 in London you can meet the best hardware startups, gear makers and definitely very interesting people. VCs opportunity.

source: http://techcrunch.com/2014/10/02/keep-calm-and-attend-hardware-alley-in-london/


4. Find a job or employee with your mobile app


It’s pretty clear that everything is about mobile lately. Another mobile app launched, this time for recruitment area. Lynxsy’s project will help graduates, job hunters and companies to connect via their app.

source: http://techcrunch.com/2014/10/02/lynxsy-launches-a-mobile-recruitment-app-for-job-hunters/


5. Watch a video and buy on Amazon


A few weeks ago startup TheTake raised a lot of founds for a similar project. Now Amazon is trying the same thing but with a few differences like doing what they can to keep customers more in their platform zone, than the brand’s.

source: http://mashable.com/2014/07/27/amazon-video-shorts/

Bogusia Prusik

PR&Marketing Specialist at Divante eCommerce Software House. Believes in no 'Can’t Dos’ in work and life. Obsessed with new marketing techniques.

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