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The B2C SaaS Landscape and the Bundle Wars

VC Cafe

The tech industry is obsessed with the consumer subscription model, or B2C SaaS. But to build a successful B2C SaaS business, startups need to deliver real value to keep consumers to stay engaged and subscribed. The post The B2C SaaS Landscape and the Bundle Wars appeared first on VC Cafe.

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Startup Benchmarks

VC Cafe

In this post I’ll focus on benchmarking resources for seed and series A in the following three categories: SaaS B2C / Consumer apps Deep tech. The main B2C benchmarks have to do with traction: growth in user acquisition, user retention/churn, monetisation, as well as the effectiveness of consumer marketing + virality.

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Conversion, retention and churn benchmarks

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Whether you are a B2B SaaS company or a B2C mobile app, knowing how your business stacks up against industry averages can help you make informed decisions and drive growth. In this post, we’ll take a closer look at the benchmarks on conversion, retention and churn for the key business models.

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The False Dichotomy of B2C and B2B

Venture Chronicles

Ray Wang wrote a summary of CRM Evolution that I found particularly interesting, and one point in particular resonated with me because it aligns to something I have been talking about at Get Satisfaction for a while now… B2B and B2C distinctions are dead. B2C and B2B is dead. It doesn’t make sense.

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The State of Consumer Tech in Israel in 2023

VC Cafe

While Israeli startups successes are well known in the B2B space (cybersecurity, enterprise tech, devops…), B2C startups are unsung heroes… The landscape of B2C tech in Israel is blossoming, despite several challenges. Israeli B2C – Let’s start with the high level picture. Much has changed since then.

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B2B Ecommerce Sites: What Works for B2B Buyers?


But if your B2B ecommerce site differs on any of those elements—high prices, large quantities, or a need to serve B2C and B2B buyers—things change. What works with the average B2C consumer won’t always work with B2B ecommerce buyers. That makes some B2C marketing tactics less useful. So what changes? And what works best?

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5 Keys to Ensuring Credibility, Trust, and Customers

Startup Professionals Musings

The result is a shift from business-to-consumer (B2C) to a consumer-to-business (C2B) control trend. In addition, I see consumers taking more control, using the technology to converse with each other, and assert their position through reviews and forums. Unscripted communication builds trust and credibility.

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