Global business accelerator MassChallenge selects tuuk as a semi-finalist for their Fintech program in 2020.
INV Fintech’s new class, announced today, solidifies the accelerator’s pivot to greater bank enablement.
The team at tuuk got some great news this week. We were selected to compete in the 2019 Techbloc Techfuel Pitch Competition as part of San Antonio's Startup Week.
Did you know you can use App Annie to find where your customers and prospects spend their time in 3rd party applications?
We found an excellent case study on The Home Depot, using an email product from Rebel to drive higher rates of conversion for Product Review completion from customers who have purchase products from the retailer.
Discover’s Cash Back program drives card acquisition and utilization. It is also a method to drive digital engagement with customers – to force them to come back and authenticate with Discover.
An Embedded Financial Services Experience, an opportunity to meet your prospects and current customers with relevant functionality in the 3rd party digital environment they are already in.
Over the past five years as a mobile and digital strategist – there is one question that is asked consistently from business partners, marketers, innovation teams and clients:Is there a way to determine what OTHER mobile apps and sites my customers are using?
What if a real estate site could allow home buyers to place a bid on a property? That would be a game changer.
What do traditional banks, digital only banks and fintech / disrupter banks all have in common? It’s shockingly easy.
What’s the biggest problem in financial services today? I bet this answer will surprise you….
The team at tuuk got some excellent news last night. We were selected to be a part of the 2019 cohort of The Geekdom Pre-Accelerator program. The program is co-produced by Geekdom and Alamo Angels.
This is a pretty important question in financial services today….. “How can a bank insert itself in a relevant way into an existing ecosystem where people gather for nonbanking activities? And does it make sense for a bank to create its own ecosystem of sorts?”