Facebook commerce platform Payvment launched its first major initiative since the resignation of CEO Christian Taylor last month, announcing the beta release of product discovery destination Lish.com.
If you’ve seen even just one event of the Summer Olympic Games in London, you’ve probably noticed that these are the most social Olympics ever. A China-based athletic apparel company, Li-Ning, is contributing to this effort. Using social platform UNation, Li-Ning is giving fans an inside pass to London by having them connect with athletes such as American triple-jumper Christian Taylor and Jamaican sprinter Asafa Powell on Facebook and other modes of social media.
Payvment has been one of Facebook’s most prominent e-commerce solutions, led by CEO Christian Taylor. However, Taylor told TechCrunch Tuesday that he’s stepping down from his post, but will remain active within the company as a member of its board of directors.