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Wesley Clover company looks to convert shoppers into spenders

A Kanata startup hopes to turn the legions of frustrated shoppers at Bayshore Shopping Centre, who arrive each holiday season without a clue of what gifts to buy their friends and family, into paying customers.

Roughly four out of every five shoppers leave a store without making a purchase because they can’t find what they are looking for, according to local tech titan Terry Matthews, who was at the west-end mall on Monday to help launch the retail app developed by one of the latest companies to emerge out of his Wesley Clover incubator, Isca Solutions.

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About Greg Markey

Greg is a social media and digital marketing consultant who loves writing about business, technology, innovation and startups. He holds a degree in political science and history from St. Francis Xavier University, as well as a diploma in Journalism from Algonquin College. He lives in Edmonton with his wife and three kids..


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