Stubhub Strengths Essays and Term Papers

  • Stub Hub - the Next Chapter in Marketing Towards Increased Revenue

    History StubHub was founded in 2000 by Eric Baker and Jeff Fluhr, two Stanford Business School students. Baker identified a gap in the current market when it came to secondary ticket sales, due to a personal experience in which he had difficulties purchasing tickets to an event. StubHub was formed...

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  • Stubhub

    opportunities for growth, expansion, and room for improvement. That is the case with the purchase of StubHub, Inc. by eBay, a successful, well-known, experienced, and strong company. Although StubHub, Inc is a profitable and strong company it is a point where it needs to expand, or its competitors will...

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  • Stubhub

    BY SUMI ABOUT STUBHUB Stubhub is an online ticket trading website which allows people to buy and sell their tickets online. The tickets range from major sporting events like NBA, NFL, WWE etc. to music concerts and live events. The company, presently acquired by e-bay started small...

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  • Ticketmaster Case Analysis

    pre-determined price set by the client they work for. Stubhub is different in that they are a niche ticket market for consumers seeking tickets to events only. Ebay in fact purchased Stubhub as to acquire market share in this sector. Stubhub also provides consumers the option to buy directly from...

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  • Direct & Online Marketing

    favourite foods), competing suppliers, status of current contracts, estimated customer spending for the next few years, and assessments of competitive strengths and weaknesses in selling and servicing the account. Some of these databases are huge. For example, casino operator Harrah’s Entertainment has built...

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  • E-Bay Case Study

    advertisements (via Kijiji or eBay Classifieds); online event ticket trading (via StubHub); online money transfers (via PayPal and other services. III. Objectives To increase market share by 10% in 2 years IV. SWOT Analysis Strengths: • eBay is the leading global brand for online auctions. ...

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  • Financial Analysis of Ebay Inc.

    acquisition, StubHub, which is the world's largest ticket marketplace (based on sales), helped alleviate Skype's latest disappointments. StubHub has struck a deal with ESPN, which will allow ESPN.com visitors to access the ticket service straight from ESPN.com's promotions. Now StubHub just needs to...

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  • Ebay Case Study

    business; however Ebay still owns 30% of the company. It also acquired StubHub in 2007 and Bill Me Later in 2008. Ebay continues to be a successful company with world-wide recognition. II. Internal Environment A. Strengths 1. Ebay is the world’s largest online auction site. 2.The company focuses...

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  • Ebay Business Model

    the item’s seller rank in customer satisfaction. EBay is also trying to expand their business through more internet and web acquisitions, such as StubHub, Craigslist, and Kurant. In terms of good decisions, the ones that eBay is currently undertaking is helping them well. Giving a less expensive route...

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  • A Study of Ebay.Com

     ISBN, or other kind of SKU (via Half.com); on-line classified advertisements (via Kijiji or eBay Classifieds); on-line event ticket trading (via StubHub); on-line money transfers (via PayPal) and other services. 2. History & Milestones September 3, 1995: Present day eBay inc. was founded...

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  • Ebay Case

    priced websites, wrong usage: comments Trend/ opportunity: more new items sold in recent years, internet use still growing, cross selling? Strengths: Very high brand equity (number one website for selling used items), strong management team (previous CEO, Meg, culled her senior staff from companies...

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  • case study

    and future orders. Boeing has a lot on its side. The innovativeness of the current product line, expertise in supply chain management, and the strength of its sales teams in managing customer relationships will all help to resolve the problems with the Dreamliner program. But Boeing had these things...

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  • Ebay manalysis

    published. 2000 - eBay acquires Half.com, a marketplace for used books, movies, music and games. 2002 - eBay Inc. acquires PayPal, combining the strength of the world's largest online marketplace with the web's leading payment system. 2004 - eBay acquires mobile.de, the leading online vehicles marketplace...

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  • Marketing Intelligence

    to marketers seeking information about the consumers and the competition. There are five main ways marketers can research competitors’ product strengths and weaknesess online. Independent customer goods and service review forums. Independent forums include Web sites such as Epinions.com. RateItAll...

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  • Cdfdffddfdf

    payments in the United States and internationally. Its Marketplaces segment operates ecommerce platform eBay.com; vertical shopping sites, such as StubHub, Fashion, Motors, and Half.com; and classifieds Websites, including Den Blå Avis, BilBasen, Gumtree, Kijiji, LoQUo, Marktplaats.nl, mobile.de, Alamaula...

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  • Ebay

    platforms, including the traditional eBay.com platform and eBay’s other online platforms, such as classifieds businesses, secondary tickets marketplace (StubHub), online shopping comparison Website (Shopping.com), apartment listing service platform (Rent.com), as well as its fixed price media marketplace (Half...

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  • Meg Whitman Leadership Case Study

    acquisitions to bring in businesses such as PayPal, Skype, Shopping.com and many more. These acquisitions only added to the core business of eBay for more strength. Trust is demonstrated by the millions of items that are listed each day by people from all over the world. The employees at eBay are very clear...

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  • Ebay Strategy

     auctions  paralleled  with  the   market  giants  eBay  and  Amazon.   Question 5: Swot  Analysis   § § § § Strengths:   Global  brand  for  online  auctions  (Brand  awareness).   Quality  and  Quantity  of  products.   Community...

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  • 3m Innovation Way

    of a firm’s technology and productmarket strategy is: Decompose each product or service into its constituting technologies and assess the relative strength—the degree of distinctive competence— the firm has with respect to that technology New Product Management 7 Technology and Strategy Technology...

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  • A Complete Analysis of the External Environment and Ebay

    October 2002. eBay Subsidiaries and Affiliates- Paypal, eBay Express, eBay Motors, eBay Stores, eBay Business, Half.com, Rent.com, StubHub tickets, Shopping.com, Skype, StumbleUpon, Craigslist, and a variety of global marketplaces.31 _The relative position of eBay in the industry7-_...

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