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Presentation for Enterpreneurship class

Presentation for Enterpreneurship class
by Aleksey Narko and Kun Chen,
students of WSB-NLU
Nowy Sacz 2011

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Cityspace Cityspace Presentation Transcript

  • By: Kun Chen Aleksey Narko
  •    Marc Meyohas It was established in October 1995 Expansion the I+ network of information kiosks throughout London.
  •  In 1992, Brendan MacNamara wanted to develop an interactive information service for the Sydney Tower in Australia with Meyohas.  Meyohas decides to improve the original business model.  Meyohas preferred entrepreneurship to corporate finance.
  •    The core concept of Cityspace. The stand alone kiosk. Each i+ kiosk offering four basic categories of information.
  •  Win a good site. Three business models: a. pay view b. commission from bookings c. advertising revenues. 
  •  The i+ service separated into four categories of advertisement.  The i+ helps company focus on users.
  • Main menu Premium sponsor Food and Beverage sponsor What’s on sponsor Shopping sponsor Sightseein g sponsor Scale A advertiser s (up to 10) Scale A advertiser s (up to 10) Scale A advertiser s (up to 10) Scale A advertiser s (up to 10) Editorial listings/classified advertisers
  •  Get more revenues from booking fees.  How does the Cityspace help restaurants to solved their problems?  Cityspace help theaters to solve a biggest problem which is empty seats.
  •  Average kiosk was used 65 times per day  Average time= 3,5 minutes  75% of the final listings belonged to the front screen advertisers
  • •Hotel TV •Internet
  •  600000 £ were budgeted for June 1999  NEC agreed to invest 400000 £  Shortly More Group invested 285000 £
  •  Nec helped Cityspace in developing its kiosks  More Group and Cityspace together were developing a kiosk to go into bus shelters
  •   Since 3rd August 2009, Kizoom and Cityspace have come together. Transforming travel data into real-time information.
  • Thank you for your attention!