Piggybacking off its latest effort to win New Yorkers’ hearts with free burgers from Shake Shack, group buying startup Scoop St. today announced its latest offering. The company is giving away a year’s worth of free cab rides to one lucky member.
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Group buying is going niche. New York-based big gay social network Fab.com debuted its Big Gay Deal of the Day this week, “glamming up” the daily deal space with deals for gyms, spas, bars, restaurants, hotels, events and entertainment that appeal to gay men.
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Local Groupon competitor BuyWithMe ousted its CEO Cheryl Rosner in December after eight months on the job, and the company just named her replacement today.
Jim Crowley was President and CEO of Turbine, Inc. (social gaming company acquired by Warner Bros.)
BuyWithMe runs daily deals in 12 cities. The site is playing on a field Read More
Meetup.com is jumping on the group buying bandwagon, launching a new feature called Meetup Perks.
The site is creating a self-serve platform so businesses can source deals to groups of potential customers.
Say you’re a computer supply store. Now you can use Meetup Perks to easily create a deal and offer it to Read More