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How Does Groupon Make Money? Groupon Business Model In A Nutshell

Groupon business model is a two-sided marketplace where local consumers meet deals from local merchants. The company makes money by selling local and travel services and goods.  Its value proposition based on attracting local customers to local merchants is quite compelling. Local consumers instead get savings and discounts that they would not get elsewhere.  The company measures its financial …

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Alibaba business model

Alibaba is a Technology Driven Business challenging conventional corporates in China, Asia and rest of the world and contending with it requires a difference in approach. This implies Thai and ASEAN Corporations must send comparable information driven and innovative strategies to contend. In the present situation, Alibaba is a name to figure with best practices …

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Which marketing trend will be most important to you and your business in 2019?

We have asked this question over the past few years and it’s been really interesting to see what ‘rocks your digital world’ since there are some common themes amongst the top 3 and some activities surprisingly low. The question we asked was around the most important commercial trends. We had around 850 votes from marketers …

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TripAdvisor Business Model

TripAdvisor own and operate a portfolio of 20 travel and related platforms. Some key focus areas are: Travel, travel reviews, flash sale sites and by vertical (e.g. cruise review&sales site) Restaurant review and booking sites Attractions While TripAdvisor is considerably smaller by market capitalisation than Expedia and Booking.com’s parent Priceline, it has more traffic and reviews: With over 570 …

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Tributi

We’re all in tax mode here in NZ (or at least we should be). Although there are countless software tools available out here to help with this tedious task, other countries are lagging behind. In Latin America, for example, only about eight percent of individuals file their taxes due to the high costs, according to Tributi. The Bogotá, …

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Cryptosaver

Kiwi cryptocurrency broker startup Cryptosaver has relocated from its Auckland birthplace to Sydney, with the founders claiming they have been unable to open a bank account for the business in New Zealand. Founded a year ago by James Viggiano, Denym Bird and Jack Daffron, Cryptosaver is an investment platform for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, designed …

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Vodafone – SWAT analysis

Introduction :- Vodafone is a leading telecom company with operations mainly in Europe, Asia Pacific, Africa and Middle East. India is increasingly growing in strategic importance as a core market for Vodafone. In 2018, the company had 223 million Vodafone mobile customers in India. Vodafone is headquartered in United Kingdom. Other major market of Vodafone …

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Pitch Decks (long read)

Why You Need a Pitch Deck for Startup? You might be skimming over this and wondering whether you even need a pitch deck for startup. What if you’re not looking for investment just yet? Do you still need a startup pitch deck? The answer is YES! A startup pitch deck is not just for investors. …

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Top pitching tips for startups

Kiwi entrepreneurs are missing out on funding because they copy Silicon Valley style pitches which don’t work with local investors, new research shows. Massey University Researcher Hattaf Ansari has surveyed a group 88 early stage investors, angel investors, venture capitalists, members of crowd funding groups and other private investors and found they have a different …

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