Service Taps Into A User’s Social Network To Deliver Curated Gift Ideas
PSFK spoke to Lee Linden, co-founder and CEO for Karma, a new recommendation application that uses social data to provide a tailored list of gift ideas.
In preparation for the release of our upcoming Future of Retail report, PSFK reached out to Karma, a new recommendation application that uses social data to provide a curated list of gift ideas. Through Facebook integration, users can receive notifications of their loved ones’ birthdays, engagements, or any other significant event that a person has shared on their social networks. They will also receive a list of suitable gift ideas based on that event or occasion. Users can send the gift directly from their phone, and notify the recipient by SMS, email, or Facebook. We spoke to Lee Linden, co-founder and CEO for Karma, to get his thoughts.
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