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Don’t go shopping, go saving with Buildablock

Posted: January 30, 2013 at 8:43 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Gary Oberman is President and CEO of Buildablock, an innovative new e-commerce platform that combines the power of group buying, couponing, price aggregation and a social networking library joins eCommerce Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Gary Oberman discuss the following:

  • Can you tell us about your background how you came up with the idea for Buildablock.com?
  • How does Buildablock.com work, and why would consumers be inclined to login to the site?
  • So the site can help consumers save money on just about anything they buy, but is it also beneficial for merchants?
  • You have successfully launched start-ups in the past and have extensive experience acting as CEO, what is the secret to your success?

Duration: 16:12

Gary Oberman, the CEO of Buildablock, describes himself as a ‘serial entrepreneur.’  Prior to launching Buildablock, Gary was CEO of WCCL Networks, where he was instrumental in establishing WCCL as one of the largest providers of online self-help content for the Internet. He was also a co-founder of Budget Conferencing, Inc., and served as its CEO from 2002 to 2007.

Related Web Site: www.buildablock.com/buyer
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