The National Retail Federation (NRF) announced that Nicky Jackson, CEO and founder of RangeMe, has been named to the NRF Digital Council, a collaborative, networking group of digital leaders focused on the e-commerce, mobile and innovation functions in retail. This announcement comes on the heels of RangeMe winning Digital Commerce Startup of the Year by Shop.org, a division of NRF.
"We are excited to have Nicky join the Digital Council and believe her experience in retail technology will add a welcomed dimension to the group," said Artemis Berry, NRF’s vice president of member engagement. "This announcement further cements our dedication to being the premier voice for e-commerce, mobile and innovative initiatives in retail."
Jackson is a leading voice for women in business and technology. The accelerated growth of RangeMe with her at the helm has catapulted Nicky as a true pioneer in the retail and consumer packaged goods technology space, NRF reported.
"It’s a tremendous honor to be invited to join the Digital Council by such a prestigious organization as the National Retail Federation," Jackson said. "I am looking forward to collaborating with other members of the council on innovative, forward-thinking retail initiatives."
Powered by the expertise in the Shop.org community, the Digital Council is comprised of senior level experts from NRF member companies representing the breadth and diversity of the retail industry. Members give their time and knowledge to help advance their organizations, careers and the industry overall. Companies represented in Digital Council include eBay, Facebook, Google, HSN Inc., Walgreens, Nike and VF Corp.
Based in San Francisco, RangeMe is changing the way retailers and product suppliers do business by giving buyers an efficient way to discover innovative new products and manage the inbound product submission process, according to the company.