The Shift 100 has been put together to identify retail technology entrepreneurs who are bringing new ideas and products to market, creating integrated customer experiences and leading the move away from traditional ‘clicks and mortar’ e-commerce.
These entrepreneurs have been selected because they are dynamic, agile and shifting gears. They have brought an innovative product to market, cleverly harnessed a technology or process, led the revolutionary execution of a new technology and disrupted their markets.
Michael Rolph and Alain Falys have been recognised within retail technology Shift 100 in association with KPMG Small Business Accounting.
Michael Rolph is the co-founder of Yoyo Wallet which launched in 2004 by Imperial College London. Michael previously has held senior sales and strategy roles in several large businesses. He was also a Director and EiR at Anthemis Group.
Yoyo adds value to both customers and retailers. It allows people to pay, collect rewards and receive offers. Whenever customers make transactions, a basket date is produced where you can find out individuals habits gaining valuable insights on customers, and increase sales and provide better customer service.
USP: You can pay for everything with your mobile phone, and receive benefits.
To view the full Shift 100, click here.