Peacock Chief Matt Strauss On Building A Streaming “Start-Up” In Turbulent Times, Avoiding “Casino” Feel Of On-Demand Rivals – Deadline

Peacock Chief Matt Strauss On Building A Streaming “Start-Up” In Turbulent Times, Avoiding “Casino” Feel Of On-Demand Rivals  Deadline
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The week that was: From the rise of India’s edtech sector to building ‘Made in India’ apps – YourStory

The week that was: From the rise of India’s edtech sector to building ‘Made in India’ apps  YourStory
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[Matrix Moments] Asish Mohapatra’s journey from being an investor to building a fintech startup at scale – YourStory

[Matrix Moments] Asish Mohapatra’s journey from being an investor to building a fintech startup at scale  YourStory
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Asish Mohapatra’s Journey From Being An Investor To Building A Fintech Startup At Scale – Inventiva

Asish Mohapatra’s Journey From Being An Investor To Building A Fintech Startup At Scale  Inventiva
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Mobile App Building Platform for a Beginner Programmer

Hello, I am looking to create a simple prototype version of the mobile app idea that I've been working on for some time now. The core of the app will be a social network where people can share content. I know basic Python programming and OOPS concepts though I've never really built anything of significance. I am looking for a platform that will allow me to build native iOS and Android apps using simple codes and drag-drop actions. I am not looking to develop anything fancy but just a minimum viable product to validate my idea. I thought of building a website but that would defeat the purpose of the idea. Thanks for your suggestions.

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Monetise from the start or make it free while building a user base?

Hi all,

I'm developing an application which, at it's most basic level, connects one group of users to another. Group 1 typically pays for group 2's expertise.

The application makes it much easier to bring these two groups together but is wholly subject to having the user base which I will build. My thought is that it'll take approximately one year to get the user base to an acceptable level to make the product established.

My plan is to charge a fee per connection (circa £5). Would you therefore: * start charging from the start when the user base is potentially poor and risk losing disgruntled customers. * start charging after about a year when the site established with the negative that I'll have to invest more. * a hybrid of the two – only charge and for successful connections (it'll need to be a pay and refund model most likely) * another

Any thoughts are greatly appreciated.

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