Tech + Mortar Episode 021, June 26, 2019
021 Tyler Carlson, SiteZeus
- What can listeners gain from the Tech and Mortar podcast?
- Why retail isn’t dead – just evolving
- The importance of having young perspectives in business
Tyler Carlson is a serial entrepreneur who was involved in an acquisition of a company during college. As Freshman in college, Tyler began selling study guides for his classes. He went on to sell more guides than any individual in the country, averaging around $10,000 each semester. Eventually he went on to join a website that facilitated the sale of guides and was involved in the acquisition.
In 2015, Tyler joined the sales team at SiteZeus, a technology company assisting in the growth and optimization of brands like Subway, Checkers, Vitamin Shoppe, Burger King, and more. After leading the sales efforts as the VP of Sales, he transitioned to the VP of Customer.
Tyler enjoys playing golf, spontaneous traveling, and learning from people. He loves reviewing customer experience/service and considers himself the ultimate secret shopper. His goal is to touch a million lives.
- 1:04 – The beginning of Tech and Mortar
- 2:03 – The Tech and Mortar mission
- 2:41 – Who should be listening to this podcast?
- 3:10 – What can you expect to gain from Tech and Mortar?
- 5:03 – Key stories Tyler has heard from guests that shape the idea of Tech and Mortar
- 8:26 – Technological advancements that are going to impact the future of CRE
- 10:26 – Tyler on interviewing Danny Meyer
- 11:31 – Is the idea of “retail apocalypse” real?
- 13:18 – In-store experiences Tyler has witnessed that are leveraging technology
- 15:08 – Tyler on clicks-to-bricks
- 17:00 – The advantage of having young individuals in all organizations
- 18:55 – Speed of change in the retail/real estate industry
- 20:30 – Tyler’s tips for emerging brands
- 23:50 – Future of Tech and Mortar
- 24:35 – Rapid Fire