Phillip Jackson

Chief Commerce Officer

As Chief Commerce Officer, Phillip acts as head of strategy, partnerships, and evangelism. He helps brands to define commerce goals, create digital strategies to meet those goals, and align tactics that drive results. With over 15 years of experience creating unique online customer experiences, he has both built and managed eCommerce for some of the world’s most recognizable brands. 

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Featured Post Bank Branches Need to Be More Like Apple Stores We had a conversation with John Gaffney, Managing Editor at PYMNTS, where he asked Phillip Jackson several questions about his perspective on the future of e-Commerce. Read More

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Bored and Fatigued by the Pandemic, Consumers Emerge from Lockdown Set to Default Mode
Phillip Jackson predicts that we will start seeing a seismic shift back to in-person retail that carries through the rest of the year – here’s more on how this move will have ramifications in both the short and long term.

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The Modern Guide for Headless Commerce
Wanting to learn more about headless commerce? Check out Rightpoint's headless commerce guide to learn its benefits and what it can do for your business.

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Reflections on Shopify Unite
Did you miss the Shopify Unite 2021 livestream? See Phillip Jackson's four key takeaways and highlights from the event so you will be in the know.

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We Are All Digital Corporations Now
Virtual banking, digital wallets, and other wealth-building apps have made us all corporate-style strategic purchasing agents rather than just shoppers.

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Mobile Wallets Create Fragmented Liquidity: The Opportunity for Payments Evolution
Like all emerging trends that are upending major aspects of the economy, there are exciting opportunities to offer more services, and challenges that are a direct result of exponential levels of choice.

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Web3 and Non-Fungible Tokens Signal New Era of Direct-to-Consumer
Phillip Jackson and Justin Kaufman have a conversation on Web3 and non-fungible tokens and where the market is going for them.

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