What do you do when you need first-hand information from hard-to-reach places? When a large mapping company needed data on Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (EVCSs) in Mexico City, direct from the source, dataPlor gathered the necessary insights quickly with zero error.
dataPlor’s CEO and Founder, Geoffrey Michener, has been selected to attend Wolves Summit as a featured start-up guest and speaker. Wolves Summit is one of the most important technology networking conferences in Central and Eastern Europe with more than 1200 participating investors, start-ups, and corporate attendees anticipated for this 7th edition of the summit.
As emerging markets and localization gain momentum, CPG companies need to be focused, data-driven, and agile enough to re-allocate resources to the best opportunities. Image recognition technology and localized networks of smartphone operators mean CPGs have access to more data than ever before from high-growth markets.
dataPlor’s founder Geoff Michener spoke at Street Fight Summit West last week about redefining how companies approach emerging market local business data and why it matters. dataPlor was featured as an up and coming startup along with five other companies disrupting their industries and solving big problems in innovative ways.
In developed countries, economic growth is decelerating, venture investment is going down, and competition is high in most industries. Frontier markets provide an exciting opportunity to capture under-penetrated markets and win first-mover advantage in a growing economy. Here we provide insights on Emerging Markets to consider for your company’s growth strategy.
The Mobile Credit Card Reader (MCR) market is poised for significant growth in emerging markets due to the prevalence of smartphones, the rise of SMBs and preference for digital money vs cash. Traditionally, a hurdle to sales for MCR companies has been successfully reaching out to potential clients.