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Over the past ten years, the amount of family offices (“Famos”) has strongly increased. The growth that we saw globally, will only increase further in the next years as it is becoming more popular. Currently, there are approximately 10.000 single-family offices. This is ten times as much as the number in 2008. The firms get […]
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Since 2016, NEXEA has been running quality Startup Accelerator programs once a year. We have achieved interesting results with our Startups, Investors, Mentors, and Corporate Partners – results which we did not expect, and results that pleasantly surprised us. When we started out, our first 2 programs had very low success rates. 1/3 and 1/4 […]
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How they started Lazada started their journey in the South-East Asian market back in 2012. Their target was to establish a business model similar to Amazon’s e-commerce, and taking advantage of the company’s weak presence in the region. Now after only 6 years, they have achieved what they set out for, and much more than that.   […]
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All 39 Hacks are not in this single post Part 1 Acquisition hacks Part 2 Activation hacks Part 3 Retention hacks Part 4 Referral hacks Part 5 revenue hacks You may think that once you get users to this stage, your work is complete. 2% of all your users have entered their credit card and are paying. The world is ...
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All 39 Growth Hacks are not in this single post. Part 1 Acquisition hacks Part 2 Activation hacks Part 3 Retention hacks Part 4 Referral hacks Part 5 revenue hacks Without viral growth, it’s unlikely you’ll ever find a sustainable business model. Paying for every customer with a full marketing dollar just isn’t realistic. You need to build shareability into ...
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Part 1 Acquisition hacks Part 2 Activation hacks Part 3 Retention hacks Part 4 Referral hacks Part 5 revenue hacks Retaining an existing user (or reducing Churn) is key to achieving profitability and ROI in your startup. The famous statistic is that it costs 5 times as much to acquire a new customer as it does to retain one. We ...
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All 39 Hacks are not in this single post. Part 1 Acquisition hacks Part 2 Activation hacks Part 3 Retention hacks Part 4 Referral hacks Part 5 revenue hacks It’s a wonderful assumption that every user who completes your signup form, or installs your app, is going to fully explore your product. “Why would anyone create an account, and then ...
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We noticed that Trakio’s website is no longer active – which is a shame! So, we are sharing their growth hack articles here for everyone to benefit. All credits go to the original author, Liam Gooding of the late Trakio… All 39 Hacks are not in this single post. Part 1 Acquisition hacks Part 2 Activation hacks Part 3 Retention ...
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NEXEA by Nizar Ahmad - 4M ago

Grab: Who Are They and What Do They Do? According to their Facebook, Grab is Southeast Asia’s leading ride-hailing platform that offers the fastest booking service for taxis, private cars & motorbikes through one mobile app. They are heavily funded by venture capital such as Softbank. Grab’s growth has accelerated exponentially towards the end of 2018. With the sudden merge ...
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NEXEA by Berry Broersma - 5M ago

Most early-stage business founders have very high expectations and confidence when it comes to seeking investment. What they often do not understand is how to look from an investor’s point of view. There are a lot of factors that can kill startups very early. That is why an average of only 20% is able to actually launch. Besides a great ...
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