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Services that offer unspecified learning tap into a desire for betterment

Implications - Today's consumer is more conscious than those of the past, and is acutely aware of whether a product or service is conducive to their personal betterment. Services that provide an opportunity to increase non-specific life skills satiate this need. The lack of specification highlights the idea that consumers are looking to improve the self for the sake of betterment, not as a means to an end in terms of their career or status.
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One-on-One Mentoring Platforms - 'InternStreet' Works on Project-Based Courses
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This Month and Warm 506 Clicks Pub: Jul 4, 17
One-on-One Mentoring Platforms
'InternStreet' Works on Project-Based Courses
Learning from experts is one of the best ways to ensure you have the knowledge to succeed, so the ‘InternStreet’ one-on-one mentoring platform aims to enable you to do this in a... [More]
DIY Advice Platforms - 'Skildo' Connects DIYers with Other DIYers to Take on Projects
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This Quarter and Warm 271 Clicks Pub: Jun 7, 17
DIY Advice Platforms
'Skildo' Connects DIYers with Other DIYers to Take on Projects
Starting a project with minimal knowledge can result in a lot of trail and error, so the ‘Skildo’ platform aims to connect users together in order to help DIYers get advice from fellow... [More]
Curiosity-Based Apps - The Curiosity App Spotlights Fun Facts, Articles and Makes Learning Fun
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This Quarter and Average 126 Clicks Pub: May 31, 17
Curiosity-Based Apps
The Curiosity App Spotlights Fun Facts, Articles and Makes Learning Fun
The Curiosity app is an iPhone-friendly app that delivers unique facts to your phone daily. Why do cats meow? Do dogs have musical preferences? How can self-driving cars stop traffic? These are... [More]
Self-Helping AI Coaches - The 'Month to Master' App Uses an AI Coach to Teach Skills in a Month
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This Quarter and Average 38 Clicks Pub: Jun 22, 17
Self-Helping AI Coaches
The 'Month to Master' App Uses an AI Coach to Teach Skills in a Month
It’s tough for a person to teach an old dog new tricks, but the adage doesn’t say anything about AI’s success rate, so the ‘Month to Master’ app is putting that... [More]
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