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MIT Enterprise Forum 13th Annual Event-Internet Business Models: from Clicks to $
 

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Ayla Matalon, Executive Director, MIT Enterprise Forum

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    MIT Enterprise Forum 13th Annual Event-Internet Business Models: from Clicks to $ MIT Enterprise Forum 13th Annual Event-Internet Business Models: from Clicks to $ Presentation Transcript

    • 13 th annual event: Internet Business Models   In cooperation with: Tel Aviv University Faculty of Management – The Leon Recanati Graduate School of Business Administration
    • Internet Business Models
      • Entrepreneurs
          • Yaron Galai, Quigo
          • Inon Axel, Kasamba
          • Benny Arbel, MyThings
          • Yael Elish, eSnips
      • Professionals
          • Zeev Fisher, AZF Law Firm
          • Rina Shainski, Carmel Ventures
    • Internet Business Models
      • Advertising
        • eSnips; answers.COM, yad2, yahoo...
      • Commission
        • Kasamba, Paypal...
      • Subscription / Sales
        • Amazon, dating sites, wall street journal online, domain register..
      • Internet Biz Sales
        • Quigo, Commtouch...
    • Timeline: Client to WEB
      • Stage I - Client companies (SW)
      • freeware, shareware, bundling, license
      • Incredimail, iMesh, ICQ, HotBar, Contact.com
      • Stage 2 – WEB companies
      • Shopping.com, R U Sure
      • B2B (Quigo, Commtouch)
      • B2C (Kasamba, MyThings, eSnips)
        • services, social networks, market place…
    • Challenges
      • Design, messages, first visits, repeat visits, stickiness, sales, billing. launch
      • Stay above the noise
      • Traffic
    • Product Position Statement
      • We asked the four entrepreneurs to describe their companies to us… in a nutshell
      • Geoffrey Moore’s Elevator Pitch
      • For [target end user] Who wants/needs [compelling reason to buy] The [product name] is a [product category] That provides [key benefit]. Unlike [main competitor], The [product name] [key differentiation]
    • Quigo in a nutshell
      • ...for premium online publishers
      • ...who want to sell text ads on a cost-per-click bidding basis
      • ... Quigo's AdSonar is a private-label auction-based, ad marketplace
      • ...that allows publishers to sell directly to advertisers in a transparent way
      • ...unlike Google's AdSense which operates as a black box and takes advertiser ownership away from publishers
    • Kasamba in a nutshell
      • Kasamba develops and operates a platform (marketplace) for expert advice, in an easy, communicative and authentic feedback environment.. More than 30,000 experts are available for advice, live, over the web, in more than 600 categories.
    • MyThings in a nutshell
      • MyThings is a web based application in the infomediary space.
      • That provides one simple place online … F or consumers, to catalogue, organize and track and make and manage most of their personal belongings, and … For  Retailers & OEMs, who gain a vehicle to engage customers post-sale, cross-sell related products & services, communicate, and protect.
      • MyThings key differentiation:
      • 1. Only owner of full consumer ownership data (multi-items & multi-sources)
      • 2. No-one else connects (a) deep consumer ownership data with (b) comprehensive product DB and (c) in-depth, value added aggregates services /content /community tools 
      • 3. No-one has a Web 2.0 independent platform… non retailer, OEM or brand specific like MyThings
    • eSnips in a nutshell
      • For [mainstream consumers (as opposed to younger audiences/techies)] Who want / need [One place to manage everything around content - store share publish, recreate, distribute - any type of file ] eSnips is a [ Social Content Sharing Site ] That provides [ CONVENIENCE around managing and sharing content online and SOCIAL INTERACTION ]. Unlike [managing your content in several different sites], eSnips [Lets you do everything around your content in one place, and within a social framework]
    • The MIT Enterprise Forum
      • For [ Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurs to be ] Who need [advice or mentorship regarding their business strategy] The [MIT Forum Tailored Brainstorming Session ] is a [service] That provides [a faster learning curve for you]. Unlike [making your own mistakes], [you can learn from other people’s experience and enjoy their know-how and network]
    • Internet Business Models : from Clicks to $
      • Rina Shainski, Carmel Ventures
      • Yaron Galai, Quigo
      • Inon Axel, Kasamba
      • Benny Arbel, MyThings
      • Yael Elish, eSnips
      • Zeev Fisher, Appelfeld Zer Fisher
      • MIT Enterprise Forum 13th Annual Event
      • December 25 th