Albert Saniger from nate

Albert Saniger, Founder & CEO of nate, on a new social age of ecommerce

Albert Saniger is the founder and CEO at nate, the first app with the technology to enable mobile checkout on behalf of a user for any item at any online retailer. Albert worked briefly on Amazon’s Fashion Retail platform and in 2018 founded nate with a mission to simplify and transform the online shopping experience into a social one. By April 2020, nate had closed the largest series seed round for a consumer software company of the year and launched to the public that summer. In this episode, Albert touches on his career path and innovative AI retail solutions to meet ever-changing consumer needs in a new social age of ecommerce.  Reach out to to discuss Head of Product Development and/or Corporate Development Manager.

February 2, 2022

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