Crowd funding has over the years gotten a lot of media attention, you kind of get a feeling that everyone is investing, but the reality is that most people have still to make their first crowd funding investment. Even worse, most people have yet to make their first investment overall. A lot of people actually consider their home an investment, which it is not, it is a place you live. So why don’t people invest?
Welcome to the Aspiring Blog, were we share with your the latest news and views on our business, the crowd market and technology.
10 000% return on your investment?
We all dream about hitting the big jackpot. This one lottery ticket or investment that will secure out financial future. unfortunately, winning the lottery is not an easy task, it is close to impossible to secure the big prize – and its also comes down to pure luck, there is nothing you can do to increase your chances of winning. So how do you get a massive return?
The advantages of the real sharing economy
In ASPIRING we are building the real sharing economy, it is beneficial to everyone involved, its fair and its transparent. The real sharing economy has some great advantages over traditional business models, read on and learn why you need to get involved.
Nustay is a Danish booking brand challenging Booking Holdings and Expedia Group, which control 95% of the booking market. Started in 2014 Nustay is by no mean a new player, but recently raised more funding to grow their market share in what seem to be one of the most competitive markets on earth.
The Booking Industry
The booking industry is controlled by two companies, creating a duopoly where there is hardly any competition, which again lead to higher prices for the consumers. You might think all the advertising you see is from a wide range of business, you could not be more wrong, most of the brands you see advertising is owned by Booking Holdings and Expedia Group.
Booking brands are highly valuable
The booking industry have seen some massive takeovers. Travel brands don’t come cheap when you want to create a duopoly, the cost can easily become billions of dollars to secure the right brand and booking site. Most recently Airbnb bought their first hotel booking site, who would ever have imagined this a few years ago.