17 Feb '12, 9am

[ADV] How Groupon started

[ADV] How Groupon started

You might have heard of Groupon before – the website that explores and offers novel ways to enjoy your hometown at fantastic discounts. For example, dinner for two at 50% off or a day at the spa at half the price! While enjoying all these deals, did you wonder about the background of Groupon and how it started? Back in November 2007, a website called The Point was launched with the aim to help community members start campaigns for donations and volunteer work. The Point is still in existence, but out of it evolved Groupon, a patent-pending idea that arose as a solution to a common problem in today's city-dwelling society: So much to do but too little time! There are many things you can find within a city to do, see and explore, but it can get a tad overwhelming trying to plan the itinerary and figure out what are the best things to do, when is the best time to do them and ...

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