The On Demand Weekly #8

Guest User 27th March 2015

This week, Amazon won our hearts with its brand new Amazon Home Services. It is an online marketplace which was started with an objective to sell services along with physical products. At present, it caters to multiple categories which range from home improvement to babysitting. Not only this! The company also started testing a drone program after winning a license from the US Federal Aviation Administration. In conclusion, when giants like Amazon try their luck at on-demand arena, you know that this trend is here for a long run.

Juggernaut’s Insight:

Industry News:

Uber Takes Strategic Investment From Times Internet To Boost Its Visibility In India

India is Uber’s second largest market worldwide behind only the U.S., and the company is today bolstering its position in the Asian country after agreeing to an alliance with media…


Rocket Internet builds out stake in Delivery Hero to close to 40pc

Rocket Internet AG has announced key strategic transactions to further strengthen its market leading position in the global online takeaway market, according to a statement issued from Berlin.


Stripe launches international support for on-demand startups

Payments platform Stripe is relaunching its Stripe Connect service, a set of tools for managing more-complicated-than-usual scenarios that involve accepting credit and debit cards…



OMVS: Exploding Popularity of ‘Sharing Economy’ Could Revolutionize Nation’s Trucking Industry

As On the Move Systems, Inc. (OTCBB: OMVS) continues to develop its on-demand freight platform for local customized freight carriers, the popularity of the “sharing economy” business model upon which the platform is based is exploding.


What Workers Need in the On-Demand Economy

As the on-demand economy grows, so does the freelance workforce that supports it, one often without traditional salaries, benefits or human resource departments to protect it.


Industry Experts:

Golden Rule of Managing Up

The biggest lesson I’ve learned as CEO is the art of over-communicating. I’m constantly repeating the vision of the company to our team. When I thought I couldn’t over-communicate anymore, I would reiterate the vision again.


Success Story:

Daniel and Mariam on how Doughbies is delivering oven-fresh Cookies in 20 minutes

With On Demand Startups enabling the world with instant gratification, we now have Doughbies to satisfy its sweet-tooth. This On Demand Cookies Delivery startup sends happiness to its customers in form of freshly baked cookies…


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