For a long time, I wanted to develop an educational app for young entrepreneurs, startup founders, and startup teams, to help them especially at the start of their journey. This app is curated for entrepreneurs who are looking to start a company as well as those in the process of building one.
My vision for Startup 101 was clear, what I looked at in my app was these:
During the past two years and during the COVID pandemic situation, Formaloo hosted many universities and educational institutes. In this case study, we’ll explain how universities engage with students and empower their teachers with powerful online tools using Formaloo.
We get asked these questions a lot: “How does the Formaloo analyze their own clients? How does Formaloo use Formaloo to increase revenue and monthly active users?”
Our goal here is to explain how we analyze our customers’ behaviors, study their traits, and increase our customer engagement, our monthly active users, and our monthly recurring revenue. We’ll highlight our challenges and explain how we overcame them using our own solutions in order to grow faster.
We’re supposed to love all of our customers equally, like our children, but let’s be honest, we do have favorites. For us at Formaloo, our favorite customers are the ones who are growing fast, especially with the help of their own data.
A few months ago, one of our clients brought us a challenge. They are the biggest TEDx event in the MENA region, and they wanted to analyze every piece of data they had from their 21,000+member audience in over 8 years!
Modern marketing relies on data. Marketers strive to send the right message at the right time to the right segment of customers. Customer Data Platform (CDP), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), and Data Management Platform (DMP) are powerful tools in a marketer’s arsenal. They empower data-driven marketing. But what are the differences between these tools? Read one to know the differences and how you can choose between them.
Growing SaaS startups use Formaloo to decrease churn rates and increase customers’ lifetime value. The SaaS startup in this case study is an email and messenger marketing platform based in New York. Read on to see how this SaaS startup enables customers to succeed.
This startup had more than 1,000 active customers when they signed up to use Formaloo, and that’s where Formaloo shines! This amount of customers and anything more than 1,000 active customers gives Formaloo enough fuel to do its magic.
E-commerce businesses use Formaloo to get striking results in their revenue. The fashion e-commerce in this case study is based in Paris, France, and was founded in June of 2018 to offer trendy yet sustainable fashion products to consumers. Read on to see how this fashion e-commerce boosts their revenue.