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William Wilberforce and Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, both of whom were opposed to the institution of slavery, greatly influenced young King.
King himself organized the "raising bee" to build The First Baptist Church in Buxton.
Shortly, after his return to Buxton, the ladies of Allegheny City sent the "Presbyterian Library" (several boxes of books) and five Missionary Maps for the Mission School which were gratefully received.
Soon after the library arrived, the settlement received a gift that is giving to this very day.
The Buxton Liberty Bell came from the Colored Inhabitants of Pittsburgh, which weighs 500 pounds and was the first steeple bell west of London.
The Buxton Liberty Bell rang at 6 a.m. each morning and 9 p.m. each evening to remind the settlers of their brethren still in bondage, and everytime a slave reached freedom in Buxton.
That's why Buxton not only takes pride in its award-winning business and analytics solutions, but also in its talented individuals.
Tom Buxton was Named to the list of People Shaping Retail's Future by the NRF Foundation.
Buxton as an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Award Winner.
Retail Traffic said Buxton is "One of the three most influential companies in retail."
Tom Buxton is a pioneer in the customer analytics industry focused on turning big data into big answers.Buxton founded the company in 1994 using the knowledge he gained during two decades managing all retail and real estate for the consumer electronics retailer Tandy/RadioShack.
He started Buxton with one goal in mind, to provide customer and location growth solutions to businesses based on a central view of the customer:
In 2015, Tom Buxton was named one of five retail industry influencers on The List of People Shaping Retail's Future by the National Retail Federation Foundation.
He has been inducted into the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Hall of Fame and recognized as one of three figures who "influences the future of retail real estate" by Retail Traffic Magazine.
Under his leadership, the company has been featured on the Fast 50 list by Fast Company Magazine and honored as a silver award winner in the "Most Innovative Company of the Year" category at the 2014 American Business Awards.
David Glover started Buxton with Tom Buxton in 1994.
Before joining Buxton, Walls worked for Alcon Laboratories.
Since joining Buxton in 2003, Briggs has held leadership positions in operations, product development, marketing and client experience.
Before joining Buxton, Stephen was as a professional golfer.
Buxton is pleased to announce the launch of its Market Share Solution for U.S. retailers.
Executives in the retail, restaurant and grocery industries can now compare their market share performance to that of an aggregated peer group, giving them valuable insights into how their business is performing to others in their market or industry.
Using a report that includes aggregated and de-identified data from Visa Inc., Buxton can compare a retailer's market share for individual locations, specific
markets and its business as a whole to that of its peer set.
This collaboration brings market share out of the realm of theory and into the realm of practical business
Incorporating Visa payment transaction data into the solution allows retailers to determine the revenue impact of marketing campaigns,
pricing changes, and a host of other strategic factors, while understanding and accounting for the impact of the overall market.
"Buxton's relationship with Visa continues to generate powerful solutions for businesses," said Tom Buxton, founder and CEO of Buxton.
"The Market Share
Solution is an example of the big answers possible from the strategic and responsible use of data."
This new solution from Buxton provides actionable insights while respecting the privacy of account holders and merchants.
All transactional data is aggregated
and averaged, meaning no individual consumer purchasing patterns can be identified.
Additionally, merchant data will be reported as an aggregated peer
In a world where big data gets a lot of attention, Buxton focuses on providing BIG answers to its clients.
Since 1994, Buxton has helped more than 3,000 clients
in retail, healthcare, consumer packaged goods and the public sector.
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