eMAG as a service: Bold time consuming, cash intensive but so rewarding in the end

September 10, 2022
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By Sorin Anagnoste

Strategy | Business Models | Tech

You can make real money on the long term if (1) you are a platform (ie. aggregator) or (2) you are very small (i.e. blogger/vlogger). Anything else will be eaten by software.

I am now finishing my sub-chapter on aggregators and I thought why not share the obvious: eMAG as a Service.

Bold, time consuming, cash intensive but so rewarding in the end (if done properly).


emag as a service


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