Ecommerce Breakfast

Local Cart Summit event aims to be largest e-commerce conference in the Midwest

On September 23, 2016, Cart Summit, the Midwest’s premier e-commerce conference, will have its inaugural event right here in Fargo-Moorhead. Cart Summit was inspired by the ongoing success of the e-commerce monthly meet-up Cart Monthly. The meet-up, formerly called E-commerce Breakfast, was started two years ago by Kirk Anton, founder and CEO of Heat Transfer Warehouse,…

How to bring new concepts to the e-commerce market

At this morning’s E-commerce breakfast, local e-commerce company dogIDs‘ Jeremy Driscoll gave the lowdown on how they bring new concepts to market. The advice comes on the heels of recent success for dogIDs – they hired 6 new employees in the past few months, and moved into a brand news space in mid-August. The breakfast…

PayPal recognizes Fargo as e-commerce hub; does North Dakota?

Last week, Pay Pal named Fargo the fastest growing city for small and medium online markets in the U.S. But for some local e-commerce leaders, it’s not Pay Pal they want recognition from – it’s North Dakota. “Here’s a chance for us to pull revenue in to North Dakota with no limitations as to population,”…

How Fargo got its own marshmallow

Fargo now has its own marshmallow. Thanks to Chief Marshmallow Agent Nathan Clark, co-founder of the marshmallow-making company Wondermade and upcoming TEDxFargo speaker, the Fargo Buzz marshmallow is now being crafted – using real North Dakota honey. “Something people generally don’t know about North Dakota is how significant its contribution is to the honey industry,…