With charitable fundraising for the Rex Dog Home Foundation, he started a billion dollar business model and live sales in Hungary and the USA.
a smuc.io The Hungarian startup, has planned a campaign to offer a direct selling solution that not only demonstrates the technology, but also supports a good cause. The Rex Dog Home Foundation’s Live Shopping Show features a variety of products to suit the dog’s needs, which allows the viewer to provide direct support to the dog they like. All this is not shown on an external channel, but rather integrated into the special campaign page, so that the data collected during the sale is 100% usable.
Sunday December 12th from 2:00 pm. www.rexpendables.hu The residents of the dog house will be shown in a live online broadcast on the video side, where viewers can immediately purchase a number of necessities on the video front. Choose from items such as medical care, dog food, toys, and dog cosmetics, purchase a brick ticket to celebrate the 30th anniversary, and the viewer can also contribute to the construction of a planned responsible animal care home on Rex Animal Island.
During the broadcast, you can not only see and try out the solution that is expected to define online sales in the near future, but you can also support the animals of the Rex Dog Home Foundation.
The changing consumer demand due to the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting industrial changes have given a huge boost to online video traffic. When the pandemic spread, the number of direct views on Facebook and Instagram doubled in just one week. Twitch, the most popular live video platform, has 15 million unique daily visitors, including five hundred thousand live streams.
Live shopping, a multi-billion dollar business in China and the United States, is steadily increasing worldwide and is expected to grow 15-fold over 2017-2022, accounting for 17% of the total. Internet traffic. Its success stems from the fact that shopping is fast, easy, and more private for users than traditional e-commerce.
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