Skift, a business intelligence company for the travel industry, adopts a subscription-first strategy to get it through the pandemic and beyond.
ESPN is laying off 300 people, or 6% of workforce, as parent Disney focuses on its direct-to-consumer streaming video subscription services.
Planet Fitness announces a digital-only subscription, Epic Games considers subscriptions, and Experian to include subscription payments in credit scores.
Nestlé is acquiring meal subscription service Freshly for $950 M with the potential for an additional payout of $550 M based on growth.
IoT, SmartBike and Subscriptions: How Clear Channel International is Turning Pedal Power and Data into Revenue
Learn how the SmartBike brand globally scaled into nine countries with over 25,000 bikes. Speakers detail technology decisions, including IoT, and processes that SmartBike is implementing that allow them to easily scale, delivering a streamlined customer experience, advertising, user tracking and revenue opportunities.
Leveraging data gives companies insight into subscriber preferences and activity. Learn more about the need for personalized subscription services.
One of the most effective strategies for attracting new customers is to offer subscription bundles, pairing multiple products or services at discounted rates.
Future Forward: How Subscription Intelligence Can Increase Revenue, And Be the Game-Changer, In A Post-COVID-19 World
How you can propel lasting relationships with customers by lending a helping hand during the pandemic with the power of data, to increase revenue, decrease churn and ultimately improve the overall customer experience.
In these trying times, subscription businesses need to ask themselves what their responsibility is to their customers. Do they suspend payments? Offer free subscriptions? How do they stay connected with their subscriber base during these times? Vindicia's Jesus Luzardo explores how to do the right thing by your subscribers.
This extremely detailed subscription & membership financial model was developed as a tool for would-be subscription businesses who either are planning a new launch or an acquisition. It may also be useful for current publishers who are doing a minimum of marketing and who want to see how their cash flow might change if they ramp up marketing and/or ancillary product offers. Its purpose is educational and inspirational rather than strictly predictive . Everyone's business is slightly different, so it was impossible for us to create an easy-to-use model that would work with enormous accuracy for all. However, if you've not modelled this type of business extensively before, you'll learn a great deal from it!