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4 hours 33 minutes ago #123090 by Gambler
Gambler replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
Ron excellent stuff and comparison. I cam across another article on Digital Coupons.

The Use Of Digital Coupons Is Growing In Popularity With Consumers

insights.digitalmediasolutions.com/artic...rity-digital-coupons

The 2K19 Valassis Coupon Intelligence Report focused on the wants and habits of the modern shopper. 92% of survey respondents use coupons, with 45% using them always or often and 86% asserting that coupons can influence their purchasing decisions. Of that 92%, 75% use paperless discounts, which may be found on coupon websites, manufacturer and company websites.

Other Reveals About Coupon Use
  • 88% of Millennials prefer paperless coupons versus 75% of all consumers, and coupons received on mobile devices or downloaded onto loyalty cards are more likely “to be used by parents, Millennial parents, Millennials and Gen Xers (in comparison to all consumers).”


  • 68% of all consumers surveyed visit coupon websites.

  • 62% of online grocery shoppers are frustrated when they can’t use coupons or discounts.
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    4 hours 52 minutes ago #123088 by RonS
    RonS replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
    A recent market study signifies that Heelo's direction is in much higher demand than food delivery apps

    www.qsrmagazine.com/technology/fighting-...-delivery-app-market

    Here is a relevant part of this, bold is my doing

    And as The NPD Group’s research showed, restaurant digital orders have grown at an annual pace of 23 percent since 2013 and will triple in volume by the end of 2020. Of those digital orders, 60 percent are through mobile apps. A restaurant’s app or website represents 70 percent of digital orders and the remaining come through third-party apps or other types of apps or platforms.

    That kicker statistic is an interesting one and counteracts the notion that aggregators rule the branding when it comes to delivery. NPD said restaurant-branded apps are being accessed more because customers are drawn to rewards and savings. Other restaurant chains appeal to customers who want to customize their order or take time and friction out of the process.
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    4 hours 58 minutes ago #123087 by RonS
    RonS replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
    A Heelo investor asked me where I thought the stock would be valued, so I will share my answer here.

    If you are over 30 years old you can probably relate to this.

    About 10 to 15 years ago, if you wanted take out food delivered, you made a phone call to your pizza, fast food place, Chinese food etc, and placed your order. The restaurant prepared it had their delivery guy deliver it or called a delivery service to delivery it. We often called the guy when he came to the door, 'the pizza guy' whatever.

    Today, the food delivery platform apps like Grubhub, Uber Eats and Door Dash etc. are being valued at $billions. All they have mostly done is change the phone call to a phone app. They still give the order that you put in your phone to the take out restaurant and it has to be paid for. They still have to arrange a physical delivery guy and pay him, perhaps he gets a text message now instead of a phone call.

    Really these $billion delivery apps have only replaced a phone call with a phone app. At best they have stream lined the payment system, that is in the phone app instead of you reading your CC number over the phone to the restaurant and there might be some synergies of size in order placing, maybe a few less employees need to answer phones at take outs.

    Are those progress improvements worth billions, it still is a very hands on high management system to just co-ordinate physical delivery. Margins for these delivery apps are very small if at all.

    Furthermore, take out food, at best is only 10% of the restaurant business.

    Heelo operates in the other 90% at the physical location and it is completely a new way to engage customers on their mobile device. Tons of stats keep pouring out that engaging your customers this way will improve customer satisfaction, loyalty and increase sales. Heelo replaces paper coupons, TV, radio and paper ads, perhaps the menus, the maitra'D and brings uses that were never feasible before.

    Heelo does not manage any physical and labour intensive service, everything is delivered on the app with the cloud. Costs are very low and margins very high.


    Did you know that in the majority of cities and municipalities there are signage bylaws that prohibit business from advertising outside their restaurant for example.
    And business pay thousands per year in fees to municipalities for the signage, where it can be placed. Signs can only be placed on the doors and windows, while 80% of the people walking by are looking at their phone instead.

    Heelo will disrupt this fee system.

    Heelo is much more than just restaurants, we are already into real estate, medical cannabis, automotive, entertainment/sports venues and much more coming like any retail type stores, trade shows, finance and on and on.

    If food delivery is worth $billions as a low margin business competing in only 10% of the restaurant market, what will Heelo be worth? $100s of billions could make sense?

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    5 hours 9 minutes ago #123086 by RonS
    RonS replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
    Thanks Roadster, we will be considering this route. When we build a brand name for Heelo, like a Facebook, Uber etc., this could work very well.

    Heelo tried Slack, but they use something else, I forget Roy's comments on Slack and why they use another, but will ask him again.

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    5 days 1 hour ago #123065 by Roadster
    Roadster replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
    Thank you Ron for the great update.

    Yesterday Slack Technologies, Inc with a market cap of $ 23.2 billion was the second company (after Spotify) to go public via direct listing.

    In a direct listing the company simply floats its existing shares into a public exchange and lets the market determine the price without investment banks serving as underwriters to set pricing, allocate shares to investors and backstop trading, all of which are typical in regular IPO.

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    5 days 3 hours ago #123061 by RonS
    RonS replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
    Roadster. gold, if we break above $1400, I see a move to $1600 in the cards.

    Heelo followers, more than you would think or ones that count. We are getting inquires and orders from entities following us.

    We have not been out raising $$, going to announce some large contracts and then close out $2 quickly and raise higher if at all.

    Obstacles are not really there, just a few things that I guess come with the ground. We had to spend a lot of time educating large potential customers. We are disrupters, so there has been some road blocks thrown up by potential competitors. Is a reason we don't announce much, no sense tipping them off.

    Back office politics comes into play with big entities and it is somewhat pain staking going up the ranks. Many we are up to 6 and 8 meetings with some of them, but the feedback all the way has been awesome.

    Heelo truly is and will be a huge winner and will far outshine all these delivery and ride Apps with their outrageous valuations.

    Heelo time fluctuates, but probably averages out to 30% of my time. We have a great team doing a lot of work and putting in long hours 7 days a week. Roy is amazing at motivating the team and pushing the ball to the top of the hill. It is going to roll down soon.

    I will see what kind of update I can put out this weekend without saying too much

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    5 days 16 hours ago - 5 days 16 hours ago #123054 by Roadster
    Roadster replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
    Double entry
    Last Edit: 5 days 16 hours ago by Roadster. Reason: Double entry

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    5 days 16 hours ago #123053 by Roadster
    Roadster replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
    Hi Ron

    Hope you are doing well. What a day in Gold !!! Curious what you see as upside here?

    Love the Heelo Tweets. Not many followers of Heelo. Love the new website also.

    How is the momentum going? Has financing been completed?

    What are the current obstacles they are encountering?

    How much of your time is Heelo consuming?

    Thanks Ron for your wonderful comments here.

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    1 week 5 hours ago #123040 by lynnsa10
    lynnsa10 replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
    Here is another one, bricks and mortar retailing is changing and it is all good for Heelo

    www.cnbc.com/2019/06/13/retailers-and-re...-against-amazon.html

    “Now, it’s easier in some ways to be a late mover,” in retailing online, Sucharita Kodali, a retail analyst at Forrester Research, said in an interview.

    Timing could be what’s giving companies such as Lululemon and Walmart a leg up. They didn’t have to “reinvent the wheel” online, she said, but instead have been able to take “best practices” from other companies such as Amazon, which started as an online bookstore in 1995. In Walmart’s case, that’s included acquisitions of start-ups such as Jet.com that have given it a bench of young and experienced tech talent.

    Meanwhile, what’s giving these retailers such a strong muscle online is something Amazon can’t match, at least today: bricks-and-mortar stores. Traditional retailers are finally getting the hang of offering services such as curbside pickup and buy online pick up in store, helpin

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    1 week 5 hours ago #123038 by Gambler
    Gambler replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
    go Heelo

    www.retaildive.com/news/report-us-retail...ansformation/557004/

    Seventy-five percent of U.S. retailers say the need for digital transformation has increased since 2016, according to a new report, "A World in Motion: Retail Digital Transformation Across the Globe, and the Technology Supporting It." The report is from Tech., a collaboration between Retail Week and the World Retail Congress. The U.S. rate was lower than the response from France (100%), Germany (90%) and the United Kingdom (88%).

    The report cites Gartner estimates that global retail technology spending will reach nearly $203.6 billion in 2019. Similar growth rates of about 3.6% are expected for the next two years, Tech. notes.

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    2 weeks 21 minutes ago #123006 by DearJohn
    DearJohn replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
    Interesting article that again favours Heelo.

    How does the average shopper experience your brand on her phone? That question should be a guide for your marketing efforts in the coming years.

    According to a new report by retail consulting firm BRP, 41% of consumers plan to increase how often they shop on their phone or tablet within two years.

    BRP found that 67% of shoppers will choose a store based on mobile coupon availability and 64% will choose a store based on product information availability via a mobile device.

    “Mobile apps/websites are critical to customer engagement as customers research and shop across multiple channels,” BRP wrote in its report. “Even if the final purchase occurs in the store, most purchases are influenced by digital features. Providing information is helpful to customers as they research and shop.”

    www.thepacker.com/article/focus-phone

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    2 weeks 1 day ago #123002 by RonS
    RonS replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
    Congress should push Heelo LOL, as it will disrupt 3 of these

    Congress will begin its scrutiny of America's tech giants this afternoon amid growing discomfort in Washington over the power that the companies wield over the industry and public life. An inaugural hearing by the House Judiciary Committee will analyze anti-competitive practices among Silicon Valley’s biggest names, starting with a look at the impact of their platforms on news content, the media and the spread of misinformation online. The committee has already put Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Google (GOOG, GOOGL), Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) and Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) on alert, and members made clear that the tech titans will go under the microscope.

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