YBUY, backed by Google’s Eric Schmidt, is a subscription service that lets you sample a product each month for $24.95. If you decide you would like to buy the gadget, the $24.95 is applied to the purchase. It’s a smart way to give customers the opportunity to sample products before they buy it. Sounds like this would be a numbers game- the more customers they have, the higher chance for purchases, the more money can be made. Let’s see how bog box electronic retailer’s respond to this.
Read more: Inc.com
Companies are coming up woth clever ideas to make sure you stay with them. Microsoft, Quickbooks and Adobe are allowing users to rent their software monthly. Some of the perks- up to date software, cloud storage, accessing information online or through mobile applications etc. This plan pays for itself if you buy these heavy priced programs every few years.
Quickbooks: Click here
Adobe: Click here
Microsoft: Click here
Perch created a brilliant display that transforms any surface into an interactive experience. By simply raising the shoe from the display table, a menu will pop up with items details, price, size avilablity etc.
You have to watch it to believe it