May 31, 2017 – Chargeback’s Dave Wilkes & FundThis Founder Felix Hartmann

Dave Wilkes - Founder & CEO at Chargeback

Dave Wilkes

Dave Wilkes

Dave Wilkes has been involved in several FinTech startups. Chargeback was born in 2007 focused on serving merchants with a high number of credit card chargebacks. At the end of 2015, they took a long hard look at the state of commerce and decided it was time to shake things up. They set out to build software and tools that would help all merchants, large and small, high risk or not, prevent and manage chargeback fraud. A revolution was underway and it was driven by merchants. Their clients wanted software and tools that would visualize their situation and help them make informed decisions. They wanted their entire commerce stack integrated with automation, business rules, workflows and a dashboard that captured it all in one place. Chargeback is now connected to all major ecommerce platforms and payment providers and work with some of the world’s largest brands including Levi Strauss, Michael Kors, Carter’s, Nikon and Tommy Hilfiger.  They offer free monitoring and reporting for all merchants, which allows them to provide immediate value to any and all merchants.
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Felix Hartmann - CEO at FundThis and Author of Dark Age

Felix Hartmann

Felix Hartmann

At 22 years old, Felix Hartmann is a #1 International Bestselling Author, a startup CEO, and an international Speaker and Coach. Founded in 2016, his co[mpany FundThis takes a completely new approach to crowdfunding by empowering their creators with the resources they need to deliver a successful crowdfunding campaign from start to finish, allowing backers to invest with confidence. The company provides campaigners the support, strategies and technology to raise more funds faster than ever. He was also VP Marketing at Next Gen Summit, the Inc.ubator. He works to instill in young people the idea that they control their future, and can direct their careers and their lives in ways that are most meaningful to them.
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