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4 Service industries that drive the On-Demand Industry

On Demand Industries

The on-demand economy is supplanting traditional business models faster than we anticipated. The administrations combined with two or three applications empower provisioning of products and enterprises. With the rise of new companies like Postmates (anything accessible locally), JustPark (parking), task rabbit (handyman) and Airbnb (hospitality), Instacart (grocery), this surely working out as expected. Did you […]

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How Cleanly works: Insights about On-Demand Laundry Business Model, Logistics and Revenue

On-demand Laundry Business Overview On-Demand laundry industry has attained an impressive height with every passing year. According to a recent study, it is revealed that the majority of the millennial populace don’t want to invest their valuable time in day-to-day household chores such as washing the clothes as they have other important assignments to attend […]

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On Demand RV Startup, Outdoorsy Raises $25 Million as Fresh Funding

Outdoorsy, the  app like Airbnb for RVs’ is,  in it’s very essence, a sharing economy startup connecting owners of RVs with interested renters. Outdoorsy has been all about outdoors and authentic experiences. It has tracked more than 263,000 days of bookings, generating almost a  $100 million figure through the platform. 40% of it’s users are under the age […]

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What does it cost to make an app like UberEats?

The rise of digital technology is reshaping the market. Consumers accustomed to shopping online through apps or websites, with maximum convenience and transparency, increasingly expect the same experience when it comes to ordering dinner. But how much does it cost to develop an app like UberEats? We come across this question almost always when we […]

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Getting Grubhub-ed: Taco Bell and KFC

ON DEMAND FOOD ECONOMY The rise of on demand offerings is transforming the way people live and how they consume products and services. The on demand food economy has also disrupted the traditional market by building on ‘convenience‘. These food startups help to save time and put in less effort, which of course is appealing. […]

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Hotels Going Airbnb-ish!

Airbnb has not only inspired communication, it has ‘made a room for itself’ in the hearts of many. While the early initiatives in “social travel” revolved around virtually offering people a place to stay and sharing experiences, networked hospitality businesses turned the exciting concept of having people from different countries, castes, and religions stay at […]

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How Uber Works: Insights into the Business & Revenue Model

Uber is an on demand transportation service which has brought a revolution in the taxi industry all across the world. The business model has made it possible for people to simply tap their smartphone and have a cab arrive at their location in the minimum possible time, leaving a lot of budding startups yearning for […]

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How Airbnb Works | Insights into Business & Revenue Model

What is Airbnb? Airbnb is an online marketplace connecting travelers with local hosts. On one side, the platform enables people to list their available space and earn extra income in the form of rent. On the other, Airbnb enables travelers to book unique home stays from local hosts, saving them money and giving them a […]

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The Rise of On-Demand Healthcare

On-demand services are the current order of the technology-driven world, and its welcome by the masses has changed the way businesses all across the globe are functioning. Healthcare is an important segment, where immediate fulfilment of requests means immediate treatment of certain injuries and illnesses, which definitely works wonders for a society where health is […]

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Robots: Next Workforce for On-Demand Deliveries

With on demand business taking over the traditional business model, the next big disruption can be delivery robots. In 2015, Starship Technologies tested its delivery robots in partnership with DoorDash, a food delivery startup and Postmates, a courier marketplace. Now, their robots have started delivering food for restaurants in Silicon Valley. These robots were first […]

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