Plura Interactive is a full-stack marketing and business consulting firm. Our services are designed to help emerging online retailers shed the early stages and accelerate growth. We’re retail rocket fuel.

We want to be as easy as possible to work with. That’s why we charge flat rates across our entire service catalog – so if you need web development or data analytics as a part of your marketing campaign, you don’t have to re-negotiate your price.

Plura Interactive only retains senior consultants. No junior account coordinators, no “customer success managers.” Just kick-ass people with the skills needed to get the job done.

Founder

Tim

Tim founded Plura Interactive in 2019. An experienced business analyst, Tim has held mission-critical roles in marketing analytics for several market leaders across a diverse set of industries. Tim is an award-winning author and researcher with a B.S. Hons. in Psychology from UCF and an MBA from Lynn University. Aside from running the company, Tim spends his free time trailblazing with his dog in the Green Mountains of Vermont.

Inside Sales

Michelle

Michelle began her career in sales when she moved from Connecticut to Florida in 2012. During this time, she has held a variety of sales roles which have focused on business development, account management, customer relationships, and retention. Michelle has a B.S. in Psychology from Western Connecticut State University and is passionate about helping companies grow. When she’s not working, Michelle enjoys spending time in the South Florida sun.

Front-End Development

Jennifer

Jennifer is the lead web developer for Plura Interactive. She began self-teaching website development at the age of 13, when she first experienced the internet and saw its potential to connect people around the world. She has a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Rhode Island and a minor in Art.

Data Science & Engineering

Kevin

Kevin is Plura Interactive’s resident polymath. A veteran business analyst, Kevin is a competent mathematician on his own accord, and uses SQL, Python and R to visualize a variety of quantitative information.

Retail & eCommerce

Scott

Scott is an accomplished retail executive with more than 35 years of experience spanning traditional brick & mortar retailing, eCommerce & omnichannel, and international retailing. Scott began his retailing career working in a retail store before moving into a corporate merchandising setting. The bulk of his buying career was spent in general merchandise focused on Consumer Electronics, Office Products and Entertainment Media.  Scott was also heavily involved in new business development, buyer training & development, and succession planning during his retail career. Leveraging extensive experience in retail business strategy, process refinement, and multichannel eCommerce, Scott has helped his employers to control operating costs, seize opportunities to increase operational efficiencies, and optimize profits while serving customers across multiple business channels. His broad areas of expertise include supplier performance management, retail merchandising, product marketing, inventory management, omnichannel strategy and competitive price strategy.

Scott spent a large portion of his career in the Walmart organization, and was a member of the team that started Walmart.com in 1997. He spent the majority of his Walmart career in the Sam’s Club organization in a number of merchandising and eCommerce roles. In addition to Walmart, Scott has held positions at Best Buy, Service Merchandise and Montgomery Ward, and was most recently the Divisional Merchandise Manager for Health, Beauty & Grocery at Groupon in Chicago.

Scott attained his BS degree in Radio & Television from Arkansas State University. As a seasoned panelist and speaker, Scott has served on a judging panel for the 2017 Walton MBA Case Competition at the University of Arkansas, spoke at the US Chamber of Commerce Small Business Summit, and served as moderator at the Greater Bentonville Chamber of Commerce WalStreet Speaker Series. Scott has also been a guest lecturer at the University of Arkansas’ Walton School of Business.

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