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WELCOME TO MY PRESENTATION
ON
A D U A D O M A K W A D W O
I I C 1 2 0 8 0 1 9 4 6 D B A S 4
E - C O M M E R C E
I N N O V ...
AGENDA
Company Overview, Mission & Vision
History
Business Model
Value Proposition
Revenue Model
Competition
Challenges an...
COMPANY OVERVIEW
An online auction platform to facilitate transaction between buyer and
seller of goods and services.
Miss...
HISTORY
Founded by Pierre Omidyar San Jose in 1995.
Incorporated in 1996 in California.
First third party agreement in 199...
BUSINESS MODEL
Online person-to-person trading community.
Sellers list items for sale and buyers bid for it.
Highest bidde...
VALUE PROPOSITION
Seller
- Broad Market
- Lower Distribution cost
- Higher Margins
- Customer Retention
Buyer
- High Barga...
REVENUE MODEL
Fees for the seller to post the item, any promotion activities and final sale
commission.
Advertising revenu...
EBAY PRODUCTS
COMPETITION
Major Competitors
*Amazon *AOL
* Wal-Mart
Traditional stores
*Zalora *Sephora
*Mysale * Lelong
OPPORTUNITIES
- High Bargaining Power
- No barriers to entry
- Increasing competition
- Technological obstacles
- Buyers a...
CONCLUSION
The E-commerce industry has become a major player in the global retail
environment. E-Bays large operating hist...
THE END
THANK YOU
FOR
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  1. 1. WELCOME TO MY PRESENTATION ON A D U A D O M A K W A D W O I I C 1 2 0 8 0 1 9 4 6 D B A S 4 E - C O M M E R C E I N N O V A T I V E I N T E R N A T I O N A L C O L L E G E
  2. 2. AGENDA Company Overview, Mission & Vision History Business Model Value Proposition Revenue Model Competition Challenges and Opportunities Conclusion
  3. 3. COMPANY OVERVIEW An online auction platform to facilitate transaction between buyer and seller of goods and services. Mission & Vision: eBay`s Vision is to provide a global online trading platform where practically anyone can trade practically anything.
  4. 4. HISTORY Founded by Pierre Omidyar San Jose in 1995. Incorporated in 1996 in California. First third party agreement in 1997. Employees: 27,770 (2011). Active users: 97million Globally. Revenue (last year) US$ 11.651 billion Value of Goods Sold $2,000+ per second
  5. 5. BUSINESS MODEL Online person-to-person trading community. Sellers list items for sale and buyers bid for it. Highest bidder and seller contact each other. Buyer transfers the fund and seller arrange for its shipment.
  6. 6. VALUE PROPOSITION Seller - Broad Market - Lower Distribution cost - Higher Margins - Customer Retention Buyer - High Bargaining Power - Convenient - Saves time and money
  7. 7. REVENUE MODEL Fees for the seller to post the item, any promotion activities and final sale commission. Advertising revenue - 2% of TR Selling profit is approx 9% of TR Major money comes from listing and trading services -89% of TR Free browsing and bidding
  8. 8. EBAY PRODUCTS
  9. 9. COMPETITION Major Competitors *Amazon *AOL * Wal-Mart Traditional stores *Zalora *Sephora *Mysale * Lelong
  10. 10. OPPORTUNITIES - High Bargaining Power - No barriers to entry - Increasing competition - Technological obstacles - Buyers and Sellers fraud Challenges - Internet usage - Market Penetration - New Markets
  11. 11. CONCLUSION The E-commerce industry has become a major player in the global retail environment. E-Bays large operating history has allowed the company to build a social capital of internet buyers and sellers that has now become its competitive advantage.
  12. 12. THE END THANK YOU FOR LISTENING
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