1.Yela is concierge service to any kind of transport, space, services and products, Total solution. It connects users to many providers of these services at a tap of a button. The whole transaction is cashless and seamless, and also allows users to review the provider and user. It’s a money saver for users and money maker for providers.
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1.Yela works online and offline on one platform never limited to the types of providers; this is to ensure your convenience in connecting with others and your specific needs. Yela also includes a cash back referral system for loyal users and its usage is always in terms of its native currency.
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3.The commercial applications of Yela make it ideal in many situations and we have taken it a step further. Anyone can be a point of sale system with just a download. A particular part of Yela that we are proud of is being a tool in humanitarian situations as well. We, providers of essential services, can switch to volunteers, products, and logistics coordinated to help without a network. Wi-Fi lets professionals hone in on buried or lost people.
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4.Yela the complete app for local community structure. Uber-all business model is attracting startups and investors while posing serious competition to established businesses. Indeed, it is the perfect fit for what consumers want, for where the global economy is headed, and for employee skills in a labor market that are already being transformed by technology.
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5.Benefits are all that matter to consumers. The Uber-All economy is about reconfiguring how those benefits are offered. The global economy is simply not operating like it used to. The economy has reset, so while growth is occurring, it is on a lower trend line. Instead of running faster, companies need to run in a new direction. A different model is required – one that reflects what consumers truly value and can actually afford. (Steinmetz, 2016)
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6.The business model of the Uber-all economy best fits these circumstances. Uber-All companies will expand rapidly as they become viable alternatives to other forms or methods of getting the same benefit. The concept at work here is conversion: if a brand is not a service today, its value needs to be tied to service, and this service should convert a poor asset into a more valuable one. The value of a brand is more than the product form.
On-Demand Economy Facts & Stats (USA)
According to Burson-Marsteller’s on-demand economy survey:
- 5 million Americans (42% of adult population) have used an on-demand service.
- 45 million Americans (22% of adult population) have offered services in on-demand service.
- 51% of those who offered services in on-demand economy admitted that their financial situation has improved in past year.
- 64% of those who offered on-demand services hope that their financial situation will improve in coming year.
- 51% of people offering services for startups in the on-demand economy are under 35 years of age.
- 41% of people who have used or provided an on-demand service live in urban areas.
According to Intuit’s on-demand economy survey:
- 70% of on-demand workers are satisfied with their work.
- 81% of workers in on-demand economy plan to continue working with the same provider over the next year.
- 63% of on-demand workers say that they are happier to be working in the on-demand economy.
- 63% workers say that they are working with on-demand startups to earn supplemental income.
- 46% people working in this economy say they are working because of their flexible schedule.
- 33% people work for more than one platform.
- Only 11% workers said that they work in an on-demand economy as they could not find any other job.
Thank you very much for your time, and allowing me to explain exactly what Yela is.
Steinmetz, K. (2016, January 6). See How Big the Gig Economy Really Is. Retrieved from http://time.com/4169532/sharing-economy-poll/