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Become the next Uber of Everything: Diversify your On-Demand Business

Disruption of on demand economy can be majorly seen in three industries: transportation, food and logistics. Transportation is predicted to touch $100 billion mark by 2020. The digital logistics is forecasted to be worth $12.96 billion by 2020 while online food delivery has an opportunity to hit the $210 billion market. In every on demand […]

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Supply-Demand in the Age of Geo-Analytics

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Uber For Tutor: Disrupting Education

The X Syndrome We’ve been seeing the rise of this for quite a while for me to not gawk at its exponential growth – I’m talking about the X syndrome, as far as the sharing economy is concerned. Sure, all startups needn’t follow this formula, but with no startup even coming remotely close to the […]

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Uber for Laundry Woes: Lessons from Washio

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The Demand and The Idea With the enormous success of Uber in the on-demand industry, many entrepreneurs now turn their heads into similar subsections: Uber for home repair, Uber for laundry, Uber for interior revamp and Uber for dog walking. Many of these home services are aimed at twenty-something professionals who have an active working […]

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Grab: On-Demand Taxi Battles

The Service GrabTaxi, now rechristened ‘Grab’ because of the company’s expansion into general transportation, is a noteworthy contender in the on-demand transportation market. With market giant Uber dominating the scene, a lot of these start-ups go unnoticed. Grab wishes to make its presence known. This is indicated by its recent tie-ups with Lyft and Ola, […]

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Former Uber driver to launch a new chauffeured cab app in France

ORION is the new ‘cab on-demand’ application aiming to become the first fair reservation platform by creating better for conditions its drivers. With lower commission, pre-booking facilities and the possibility to build their own customer base, ORION aims to build a real partnership with their drivers. After several strikes in France against taxi hailing apps, […]

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How DoorDash Works | Business Model & Revenue Sources Explained

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What is DoorDash DoorDash is an On-Demand logistics based startup, that acts as an intermediary between merchants and the prospective buyers who wish to get products from local merchants delivered at their doorstep. Founded in 2013, currently, DoorDash is only working on food delivery. The business model of DoorDash is designed to benefit users as […]

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How Lyft Works: Insights into Business & Revenue Model

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Lyft is an on-demand transportation service platform that lets people hire a cab with the help of a tap on their smartphone. The business model of Lyft is something similar to that of Uber and that’s why Lyft is often termed as an alternative to Uber. Being valued at $5.5 Billion and having a presence in 200 cities […]

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How Postmates Works: Business Model and Revenue Sources Explained

What is Postmates? Postmates is an on-demand goods delivery platform having a presence in more than 100 metropolitan areas in the USA that enables people to get anything from local stores delivered at their doorstep for a small fee. The business model of Postmates is often said to be similar to Uber, but instead of […]

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How Washio Works: Business & Revenue Model Explained

What is Washio? Washio is an on-demand laundry platform facilitating doorstep pick-up and delivery of clothes in major cities of USA. The business model of Washio boosts of picking up dirty clothes from a user’s doorstep, getting them cleaned according to given preferences and delivering them back to customer’s doorstep. The best thing about washio […]

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