Sonia Schechter

Sonia Schechter

Sonia Schechter is Marxent's CMO. She has worked with several venture-funded startups and has an extensive background in marketing Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and emerging technologies. Sonia holds an MSJ from Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism and a BA in English Literature from Earlham College. While she works out of the St. Pete, Florida Office, she grew up in Indiana and spent much of her career in Seattle. She is somewhere between a Midwesterner and a Seattlite at heart.

About Sonia Schechter

Sonia Schechter is Marxent's CMO. She has worked with several venture-funded startups and has an extensive background in marketing Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and emerging technologies. Sonia holds an MSJ from Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism and a BA in English Literature from Earlham College. While she works out of the St. Pete, Florida Office, she grew up in Indiana and spent much of her career in Seattle. She is somewhere between a Midwesterner and a Seattlite at heart.

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Forrester names Marxent a Breakout Vendor for Virtual and Augmented Reality in 2016

DAYTON, Ohio — Leading Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality company Marxent  was named a breakout vendor in Virtual And Augmented… continue reading

CNBC Nightly Business Report: Retail’s future and Augmented Reality company Marxent

CNBC’s Courtney Reagan came by Marxent’s Dayton office to check out the Lowe’s Holoroom and a score of live Augmented Reality demos…. continue reading

VentureBeat: Marxent raises $10 million for in-store AR visualizations

“Augmented reality has some obvious commercial applications when it comes to visualizing products for shoppers. Marxent has raised a second… continue reading

CNET: Will virtual reality make you buy more? Retailers are betting on it

“One of the companies that has already begun using VR in its stores is Lowe’s, whose VR technology was on… continue reading

Inside CI: Will 2016 be the year of Virtual Reality?

“Surrounded by drones and other cool gadgets, we found Marxent, a virtual commerce platform that allows customers to compose their… continue reading

Proud to be a “Best Place to Work” in Dayton, Ohio

The Dayton Business Journal has named Marxent one of the Best Places to Work for 2018. The list includes 48 companies from across… continue reading

TBBJ: Money meets tech at St. Pete venture capital conference

Ten of Tampa Bay’s tech heavy hitters, including Marxent, will show off for potential financial backers at the Florida Venture… continue reading

“Don’t move to Dayton, Ohio if…” – Our top 6 reasons to steer clear of Dayton

Who in their right mind would ever move to Dayton, Ohio? There are some people who enjoy a high cost of… continue reading

Virtual Reality for retail: Lowe’s Holoroom rolls out to US retail locations

Lowe’s Holoroom brings Virtual Reality to retail Lowe’s Home Improvement announced today that they are rolling out the award-winning Lowe’s… continue reading

Will you fit in at Marxent? Not if you need to be micromanaged

This November, working at Marxent tops the list of things for which I am thankful. I work here because my… continue reading

Dan Gilbert on CNBC Squawk Box: “Marxent is going to light the world on fire in terms of AR and VR.”

“Marxent is going to light the world on fire.” “They’re going to light the world on fire in terms of… continue reading

CEPro: Lowe’s Innovation Labs Shows Future of Retail: Robots and Holograms

The [Lowe’s Home Improvement Holoroom immersive-experience application was introduced to two Toronto-area stores last year to help customers design bathrooms… continue reading

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