5 risks for online marketplaces you aren't thinking about. Yet.

By Gizelle Fletcher on Mar 26, 2019 9:09:00 AM


Online marketplaces are booming. $1.5 trillion was spent globally in the top 75 online marketplaces in 2017 alone. Their rapidly expanding reach has also brought legal considerations to the forefront that must be given prompt attention. In this post, we'll explore 5 of the risks online marketplaces face and how to address them.

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What makes a product launch objectively good? Our CPO breaks it down

By Gizelle Fletcher on Mar 19, 2019 2:57:49 PM

Our Chief Product Officer Eric Prugh spoke at Project Product, "a conference for tech leaders, marketers, and product professionals. A forum directly addressing how product marketers and managers can better work together, achieve their goals, and propel their careers through interactive and hands-on sessions as well as networking with experts." (56th St Productions)

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How to Recognize and Minimize Online Marketplace Risk

By Gizelle Fletcher on Feb 25, 2019 8:01:00 AM

In an online marketplace, there are several small but significant details that can either raise or lower your risk profile. The online marketplace is naturally rife with risk because of its rate of scale, and the increase in the number of customers and transactions processed daily.

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How to Protect Your Online Marketplace in the 1099 Economy

By Gizelle Fletcher on Jan 11, 2019 10:01:00 AM

The 1099 economy (or "gig economy") is a labor market that utilizes contracted human labor to fulfill the service promises from marketplace/shared economy platforms. Taking its name from the tax form filled out by freelancers or short-term independent contractors, the 1099 economy demonstrates the fundamental changes to the very idea of work and employment that are now taking place. By 2020, 40% of American workers will be contracted

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A clickthrough is your online marketplace's best shot at success in the on-demand economy

By Gizelle Fletcher on Jan 3, 2019 10:01:00 AM

The consumer-driven, on-demand economy has zero tolerance for unwieldy, time-consuming processes. Meals, rides, and outfits can be delivered within the hour, or at the very least, within 2 days.

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