This Week’s Subscription News: Online Records, Razors and Revenue

Featuring Zuora, Leeyo, Sports Illustrated, HBO and Amazon

This Week’s Subscription News: Online Records

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In this week’s subscription headlines, Zuora plans to buy Leeyo to help subscription companies do a better job of tracking revenue, P&G sharpens its competitive edge with its online razor sales, and meal kit delivery service HelloFresh launches a wine subscription service. Also this week, Sports Illustrated plan to launch an OTT service, business publishers enjoy traffic spikes from LinkedIn, and early subscription adopter OnceLogix enjoys the fruits of its ‘slow and steady’ approach.

Zuora to Buy Leeyo to Help Subscription Companies Track Revenue Better
Forbes

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