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    The (e)-bike as a driver for new business models [5 reading tips]

    Posted on 30. April 2018 by .

    Photo by Berto Macario on Unsplash

    Photo by Berto Macario on Unsplash

    Mobility is progressing. People and data flow together on the way. New technological developments and changing digital lifestyles allow global society to be mobile and not stand still. The car has lost its traditional meaning and has turned into a rolling data vehicle, which offers more and more possible experiences. Meanwhile bikes are getting popular again.
    The bike market is on the moving and rapidly developing. Actually, it’s booming. According to Zweirad-Industrie-Verband (ZIV), 720,000 e-bikes were sold in Germany in the past year. The number of electric cars is, in 2018, much lower: 53,861.
    Biking is trendy and offers many benefits for users and business. Established companies and start-ups from various industries are currently competing with smart solutions to open up new business opportunities for e-bikes and freight bike fleets.


    Social media – social status.

    Posted on 15. May 2015 by .

    Teens are mobile

    We just published some thoughts in the difference in internet and TV use with adults from different socio-economic backgrounds, but what about the teens? About ¾ of teens these days (yes, I do feel old) have a smart phone and 91% of these go online with their mobile. We already noted that mobile internet access increases in the lower income bracket, and the situation is similar for teenagers. Nearly all African American youth – those statically most likely to belong to a low income household – access the internet via mobile vs. 91% and 90% of Hispanic and white teens respectively.

    91% of Teens Use the Internet on a Mobile DeviceGraphic: pewinternet.org

    How Large is the German B2B E-Commerce Market?

    Posted on 5. August 2014 by .

    Strangely, considering the B2B market is decidedly larger than the B2C market, there are comparatively few statistics for B2B e-commerce. Strictly speaking, B2B e-commerce accounts for over 95 percent of the entire e-commerce market volume and generates 870 billion euros turn over. This becomes less surprising, when one realises that B2B generate only one percent of this turnover online.

    These are the results of the IFH study B2B E-Commerce Markt in Deutschland 2013, which used statistics from 2012.

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