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Group Gifts in the news
August 12, 2011Buying a group gift the eBay way
tired of trying to arrange a group gift the old-fashioned way?August 2, 2011Holiday 2011: 5 Trends for F-Commerce
give fans the ability to buy a gift togetherJune 22, 2011Not On The High Street
friends and family can collectively 'chip in' for high value items
June 22, 2011Online retailer launches 'group gifting' concept
the UK's first 'group gifting' feature on its websiteJune 22, 2011Notonthehighstreet launches group gifting
most convenient way for online shoppers to give gifts collectivelyMay 17, 2011Is Group Gift Buying Poised for Take-Off?
tap the power of collective buying
June 14, 2011First to Launch Social Commerce Group Gifting
Group Gifting is a new way to give gifts - togetherJune 13, 2011Not On the High Street launches group gifting
we are pushing the boundaries of how gifts can be given togetherJune 21, 2011Group Gifting from Notonthehighstreet.com
groups of friends can share the cost of large-ticket items
The eBay deal is a tier-1 endorsement for social commerce by an ecommerce giant. But also, it’s a major vote of confidence in The Gifts Project’s ability to support major online retailers.
So what is so amazing about this simple business model? It is truly social. It also has real strategic benefits for eBay. The company can sell a greater volume of more expensive items. And since individuals are, in essence, advertising the service to their friends, it lowers eBay's cost of acquiring customers.
The Gifts Project was selected as one of the most outstanding and fast-moving startup companies from around the world on The Innovate!100 List For 2010. The List was developed after more than 30 Pitch Slam events on five continents over the past 10 months, as part of the Innovate! 2010 program.
What makes The Gifts Project compelling in my opinion is not only the size of opportunity in social commerce, but that it’s designed to sit rather cozily within the online purchase flow.
Group Gifts helps you find and buy the right gifts by taking advantage of social networking and group buying- With this feature, several people pool their money without one person chasing down those who owe money.
Group Gifts lets you do in three minutes what is otherwise a time-consuming and painful process that can take weeks to complete.
Pitch in on gifts for friends with eBay's Group Gifts and get gift suggestions for friends based on their likes and interests.
Each year, promising start ups come to NYC to compete live in front of the TechAviv Founders Club New York to crown the year's most promising Zell startup. The much deserving winner of this year's TechAviv NY Zell Startup Compeition was The Gifts Project with 62% of the audience vote.
In the case of giving big gifts on a small budget, Group Gifts enables users to "share the love (and the expense) by buying a group gift with your friends."
Users select an item ihey want to give as a group gift and connect with friends on Facebook to collectively pay for it.
Group Gifting helps people collectively pick up an expensive present that they normally couldn't afford individually. It was designed to address a real world need for people who want to join together to give a bigger and better gift for someone they care about.
Group Gifts, a groovy new feature integrates Ebay with PayPal and Facebook to allow people to chip in on big-ticket presents via their friend lists.
Group gifts removes the hassle of partnering up to buy someone a gift for the holidays. I can tell you the next time I have to coordinate a group gift this is the way I am going to do it.
This is a "huge" move and a major step forward in using social networks to sell products.
This service has made the process of group gift-giving more enjoyable and affordable for all.
Group Gifts is a new tool that makes it easier for friends, family and co-workers to come together in communal giving.
Organizing the "gift from all of us" can be a complicated affair- If you're the person to whom this task typically falls, Group Gifting makes your life considerably easier.
Tel Aviv melds the best of both the Valley and downtown New York. It has given rise to a diverse range of startups including a gift-giving platform The Gifts Project.
The notion of having friends chip in to gifts for other friends is clever, and there is significant market growth potential in online group gifting (given that the majority of this activity likely still takes place offline). The advantage of being able to reach out to one's social graph is compelling.