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Orígenes, crecimiento y situación competitiva de las redes sociales


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Orígenes, crecimiento y situación competitiva de las redes sociales

Autor: Nenad Marovac

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    • 1. Orígenes, crecimiento y situación competitiva de las redes sociales Diciembre 2008
    • 2. DN Capital Overview DN Capital is a boutique investment firm with offices in London and Palo Alto, focusing on software and digital media companies
      • Invest in early stage and growth equity investments in digital media, software, and wireless companies
      • Target regional leaders that have global ambitions
      • Maintain a proactive hands on approach to add value to investments
      • Utilize our global network to support portfolio companies with business development, channel strategy, and team building
      Software Digital Media
    • 3. What we do best: Help Companies with Global Expansion DN Capital Actively Focuses on Portfolio Companies’ International Expansion Efforts, Building Global Enterprises More Attractive to Acquirers and Public Markets US HQ European HQ
    • 4. DN Capital Portfolio Companies Digital Media Solutions Enterprise Software Wireless Communication Software Financial Services Software
    • 5. Timeline of major SNS launches and dates when community sites re-launched with SNS features
    • 6. The other evolution within SNS: private to public to niche Source:
    • 7. Social Networks: Strong Worldwide Growth With Room to Go
      • Social Networks reach in Latin America recently bypassed North America
      • Other regions still have to catch up with the reach in the Americas
      % Reach Source: comScore World Metrix, January 2007-January 2008 Social Networking Growth YoY Unique Visitor Growth Rates Worldwide: 58% Asia-Pacific :119% North America:19% Europe: 75% Latin America: 72% MidEast-Africa: 145%
    • 8. Most Social Networks Skew Regionally Worldwide Unique Visitors (MM) 100.7 38.3 34.1 33.8 28.9 22.4 109.3 Those with the ability to adapt their content/platform to suit local tastes have opportunities to grow in underdeveloped regions Source: comScore World Metrix, September 2008 Global Distribution of Visitors to Top Social Networking Sites
    • 9. Opportunity for Sonico: Latin America’s growth Source: Internet World Stats, June 2008
    • 10. Opportunity for Sonico: Room to Grow (Internet) Source: Internet World Stats, June 2008
    • 11. Opportunity for Sonico: Room to Grow (Social Networks) Source: Livra, 2008
    • 12. Opportunity for Sonico: Advertising Size Source: Internet World Stats, June 2008
    • 13. Why we love Sonico
      • Great team: focused and dedicated to their audience
      • Strong performance: Sonico’s growth in key geographies such as Argentina, Brazil and Mexico is impressive
      • Huge opportunity: the Latin world is still largely underserved from a social media perspective
      *Source: eMarketer 2008 383% Growth 424% Growth
    • 14. How to Contact DN Capital Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Services Authority DN Capital (UK) LLP 2 Queen Anne’s Gate Buildings, Dartmouth Street London SW1H 9BP United Kingdom Tel: +44 20 7340 1600 Fax: +44 20 7340 1601 DN Capital (US) Inc. 228 Hamilton Avenue, 3rd Floor Palo Alto, CA 94301 Tel: +1 650 798 5424 Email: Nenad Marovac Managing Partner Tel: +44 (0) 20 7340 1602 [email_address] Steven Schlenker Managing Partner Tel: +1 650 798 5424 [email_address]