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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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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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Juggernaut – Frequently Asked Questions

Stories of established companies often account for an interesting read. They inform interested stakeholders about the vision, value proposition and modus operandi of the organization. Account executives at Juggernaut are asked day in and day out about what the company is about, how you work, technologies you use and many related questions. I thought this […]

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On Demand Business Model #5- Revenue Model

On Demand Business Model #5 Revenue Model

This blog is the part of Juggernaut Special Series on ‘Understanding On Demand Business Models’, where we reviewed different facets of On Demand Business Models PREVIOUS POST: On Demand Business Model #4- Standardized vs Non-Standardized Product or Service Offering   “Five years ago, Andrew Parker of Spark Capital published a now well-known post highlighting the […]

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On Demand Business Model #3- Choice vs Anonymity

On Demand Business Model #3- Choice vs Anonymity

This blog is the part of Juggernaut Special Series on ‘Understanding On Demand Business Models’, where we reviewed different facets of On Demand Business Models PREVIOUS POST: On Demand Business Model #2- Marketplace/Aggregated Suppliers vs Integrated Supply/Contracted Individuals   Irrespective of whether you go ahead with aggregated or integrated supply, one design choice, that is […]

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On Demand Business Model #2- Marketplace/Aggregated Suppliers vs Integrated Supply/Contracted Individuals

On Demand Business Model #2- Marketplace/Aggregated Suppliers vs Integrated Supply/Contracted Individuals

This blog is the part of Juggernaut Special Series on ‘Understanding On Demand Business Models’, where we reviewed different facets of On Demand Business Models PREVIOUS POST: On Demand Business Model #1- Scheduled vs Instant Delivery Model   Before starting your on-demand business, one thing that you will need to decide is whether you want […]

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On Demand Business Model #1- Scheduled vs Instant Delivery Model

On Demand Business Model- Scheduled v Instant Delivery

This blog is the part of Juggernaut Special Series on ‘Understanding On Demand Business Models’, where we reviewed different facets of On Demand Business Models One common misconception goes on to equate On Demand model with instant. Instant (15-45 minutes reckoning time) and scheduled can be equally viable business options, one more suited for a […]

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Understanding the On Demand Business Model

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Every discussion on On Demand is incomplete without mentioning Uber. What made its concept revolutionary was its comprehensive treatment, starting from aggregating the supply – hailing the cabs – payment and reviews rather. This full stack company decided to deal with all the aspects of taxi hailing experience. If you are looking to create something […]

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Understanding the On Demand Economy

Tap an app and summon your own staff – sounds revolutionary, right? On Demand and instant gratification economy that we live in today is demanding just that. While sometime ago this was the sole prerogative of the wealthy, many concurrent developments have democratized services and enabled entrepreneurs to create marketplaces providing these services at an […]

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7 business models you didn’t know about, reshaping the healthcare marketplace

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