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Sarah Woodward, Director of Business Development

Sarah Woodward applies more than 16 years managing client relationships and business development efforts to her role as director of business development for stable|kernel. Her strengths lie in bringing together the right people with the right expertise to the right business opportunities. Sarah’s favorite part of her job is evangelizing stable|kernel’s story and finding new ways to help new clients dream big. Recently, Sarah was named one of Mobile Marketer's "2016 Mobile Women to Watch."
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How to Create a Successful Mobile Loyalty Program

We know it’s far easier to get repeat business from existing customers – but brands still spend up to 80 percent of their marketing budgets acquiring new customers. Customer retention is where the dollars are – 27 percent of customers that make one purchase in-store will likely return. That number jumps to 54 percent if they buy from you two or three times! Bottom line success depends on keeping these repeat customers engaged and growing them into loyal brand fans.

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6 Reasons an App is an Attraction’s Ultimate Marketing Tool

American attractions face an increasing number of challenges as competition for visitors, membership dollars, charitable gifts and brand recognition rises. Destinations once at the top of any tourist’s trip itinerary must find new ways to stay top-of-mind with visitors and membership alike, and many organizations are accomplishing this through a robust, native mobile app. 

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AI Continues to Drive Innovation at Mobile World Congress 2017

Mobile World Congress (MWC) is the world’s largest gathering for the mobile industry held in Barcelona each year and hosted by the GSMA. While the conference has traditionally focused on the current state and future of mobile technology, MWC is evolving to focus on connectivity in general, and the devices and new technologies that fuel a more connected world.

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Artificial Intelligence Fuels Consumer Product Innovation at CES 2017

This past week marked the 50th anniversary of CES - the Consumer Electronics Show. It’s the hottest event for consumer technology and electronics. As electronics become more connected, we are paying attention to what’s next and how these new innovations will impact the future of our industry.

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Aqueduct Recognized In Growing Dart Community

The Dart community has shown strong support for Aqueduct, our server-side web framework written in Google's Dart language. We were invited to write a blog post on the Dartlang website about Joe's Aqueduct presentation at the Dart Developer Summit and highlighted the framework's top features.

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Our Takeaways from Dart Developer Summit 2016

In October, stable|kernel CEO Joe Conway and VP of Engineering Ross Hambrick debuted Aqueduct, our server-side web framework written in Dart, at Google’s Dart Developer Summit 2016. For two days, #dartlang enthusiasts worldwide tuned in and showed up to celebrate all things Dart and learn more about Google’s plans for this powerful and productive programming language.

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SURVEY: What's the future of mobile technology?

We’re surveying mobile industry experts like you - designers, developers, product owners and project managers - to gain the most current insights on how different technologies will transform the human experience and which industries are ripe for disruption.

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Apple Watch Series 2: The Athletic Advantage

It hasn’t quite been the gamechanger most critics have come to expect from Apple, but the Watch has been incredibly successful, quickly becoming the top selling smartwatch and rated #1 in customer satisfaction.

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iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are here...and so are AirPods

For months, many have conjectured over yesterday’s Apple event, predicting which new features would ship with iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

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How Marketers Can Navigate the Mobile App Maze

Marketers are pretty savvy when it comes to new trends and technologies. But for some, mobile is a confusing, intimidating prospect filled with technical terminologies that most marketing majors never learned before entering the real world. Words like “martech” and “responsive” and “mobile-optimized” and “programmatic” are becoming pervasive terms. It’s a lot to take in, and knowing where to start can be difficult.

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