O2O


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O2O

(Online to Offline) A website or mobile advertisement that entices someone into making a purchase in a physical establishment. Groupon is the premier example, offering discounts for venues such as restaurants and theater tickets. See X2X.
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There is no doubt that the digital economy and O2O technology have exerted a profound influence on economic development.
The company said it will construct a O2O ecosystem by making available the iDrink tokens and coins to users worldwide.
"The migration of this one little bird is a big deal because it proves the populations we have in the O2O want to move and expand over the landscape to find other red-cockaded woodpeckers to reproduce," says Jim McCarthy, president of NFLT.
In Southeast Asia, motorbikes are the main mode of transport and the basis for the O2O food-delivery service to develop, according to Duc.
Chinese consumers are mobile savvy, so much so that even older generations are comfortable with mobile commerce and purchasing online to offline (O2O) services.
GyFTR.com - During the festive mode, shopping for clothes is another task, GyFTR.com, a leading offline-to-online (O2O) peer gifting platform which offers digital gift vouchers from leading brands like Lifestyle, Shoppers Stop etc would help you to avoid the market hassle and would also help you brand on discounted price.
'The investment by these leading global financial institutions reflect their belief in Grab's long-term growth opportunity, and the company's unique ability to unlock the region's growth potential through Grab's industry-changing O2O (online-to-offline) and transportation platform,' Grab said.
The 2018 APEC O2O Summit, jointly hosted by the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) and the Kaohsiung City Government began in Kaohsiung on Monday, July 2, and will finish on July 3.
"We have articulated our vision to be the everyday app of Southeast Asia, so we are interested in any tech that enables that vision in terms of becoming a complete O2O (online-to-offline) mobile platform," Chris Yeo, head of Grab Ventures, told Reuters.
Grab, an O2O mobile platform in Southeast Asia, has acquired Uber's Southeast Asia operations.
The offerings, collectively known as online-to-offline or O2O services, may ultimately prove more successful in China than in the US.