Thirstie

  • 5 Ways Brick-and-Mortar Merchants Can Utilize On-Demand Services

    … the consumer-facing technologies that power these services. In many cases, businesses that sell physical goods are discovering that they can cut costs and increase services for their customers by forming partnerships with on-demand apps rather than competing on their own. The trend has become so prevalent that on-demand vendors like Uber and Postmates…

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  • 10 Reasons That On-Demand Services Fail

    … into their investor decks, only to see the numbers decline because little thought was given to long term engagement. (Devaraj Southworth, Thirstie) 2. Not solving real problems “Some of the Uber for X ideas are nice ideas, but they haven’t really hit on a big enough problem or don’t provide a great enough solution. For example, look at some…

    Stephanie Miles/ Street Fight- 23 readers -
  • Street Culture: Thirstie Holds Focus on Engagement and Slow Growth

    … Street Culture is a feature where we take a closer look at the office culture and people at some of the most dynamic startups in the hyperlocal industry. Company founders repeat this all the time: to make your startup idea work, find a gap in an industry and aim to disrupt it. Co-founders of the alcohol delivery startup Thirstie saw a gap…

    Street Fight- 12 readers -
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