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How Shopify Missed Its Chance to Dethrone Amazon

A centralized shopping experience isn’t a match for easy discoverability or low prices

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There’s a common saying in Silicon Valley: “All tech companies eventually become finance companies.” Recently though, the adage has shifted. Beyond aspirations of becoming a banking service, many tech companies also dream of eventually…

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Rhys Wallace

Rhys Wallace

Growth Marketing & Brand Strategy Consultant • Writing about business, tech and media strategy @ thistooshallpass.blog

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