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Hungarian market of online daily deals grew to HUF 16.5 bln

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The aggregate turnover of online daily deals grew to about HUF 16.5 billion last year in Hungary. This market segment, which is now far from negligible, includes general bonus / coupon sites, discount accommodation providers, as well as online shopping clubs. The question is whether the market can continue to expand in 2015, and whether further consolidation can be expected. 

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Own it or enjoy it? Sharing economy 2.0 in Hungary

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Broadband Internet has extended our opportunities to share goods with others or borrow items that we need to use but do not have to own. Now we have well-organised businesses that match supply with demand. The most widely known forms of this sharing economy are accommodation and car sharing solutions, but the possibilities are unlimited. Followers of the lifestyle based…

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Bónusz Brigád has half of bonus/coupon market

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In the first nine months of 2013, the turnover on Hungary’s bonus/coupon market reached HUF 4 billion. Market leader Bónusz Brigád gained a substantial advantage, distancing itself from competitors. The bonus/coupon market continues to expand; the next phase in its development could involve the transformation of market players into discount webshops.

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Almost half of all accommodation booked online

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According to this year’s first research by eNET and Hungarian Hotel Monitor into the online accommodation market of Hungary, 45% (58 billion HUF) of the total accommodation fee revenue was generated through online booking channels in 2012. It is online accommodation brokerages that have the biggest market share.

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The position of tourism in the internet economy In focus: The domestic accomodation providers Q1. 2004 (Summary for the press)

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I. Summary Although the information and contents in connection with spending freetime are one of the most popular topic on the internet, using online services by the domestic accomodation providers still not reach their potential.

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Report on the internet economy In focus: The financial sector, Q2 2001

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In association with Webigen Inc. and Sun Microsystems Hungary, GKI Economic Research Co. launched a new research project exploring the entire corporate sector. The project was started in the fourth quarter of 2000 with the purpose of investigating the knowledge, use and future role of the internet and internet-based business applications, as well as assessing corporate expectations regarding e-commerce and…

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