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What Uber and Airbnb Can Teach Every Company about Branding
Brian Solis·13 April 2017·The Case For Digital Transformation
...about to share, was inspired by a series of unpleasant experiences I encountered using Uber and Airbnb and other on-demand services over the years. One of those companies is currently Read More...
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How Uber and Airbnb are changing Retail
Adam Burns·20 June 2016·Strategy & Innovation
...Uber and Airbnb are changing customer’s expectations of retailers. But not in the way you might think…     I went to a conference recently, a gathering of professional Read More...
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Growth? Innovation? They come from Customers.
Ted Bauer·6 June 2016·Strategy & Innovation
...great growth opportunities that develop, are products and services that nobody really asked for. You think about something like Uber. Nobody asked for Uber. Taxis were taxis; they were fine. Read More...
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Why You Need a Referral Marketing Strategy
·16 June 2019·Leading Publication
...Uber as an example, a company that has utilized a referral strategy from the beginning to promote the rapid growth of their brand. Uber offered a referral incentive to both Read More...
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Mobile is driving digital transformation
Ibi·16 July 2018·Enabling Technologies
...Mobile – the Vehicle for Digital Transformation The most recent example of mobile driving digital transformation is Uber – a 100% mobile app-based business worth a staggering $50 billion. Most Read More...
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IoT: Revolutionizing Business For The Little Guy
Daniel Newman·25 July 2017·Thought Leaders
...Uber and Airbnb, respectively. What do they have in common? Let’s see – neither of them own physical possessions associated with their service, and both have turned a non-performing asset Read More...
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