Netflix told investors it has added millions of new customers and has lots of room to grow its revenue — with part of that growth coming from the planned elimination of the cheapest, ad-free plan available to Canadians.
According to fourth quarter results, released late Tuesday afternoon, Netflix is planning to “retire” what it refers to as its Basic plan in Canada and the United Kingdom starting in April 2024.
Office life is one of the main aspects that has been upended in the last few years. Many employees have, at least theoretically, become less dependent on their workplaces thanks to tools like email and video chat applications. As a result, numerous restless workers may not actually need to remain stationary. This makes the idea of relocating somewhere cheaper, brighter, or simply more enjoyable sound quite alluring.
In an unexpected turn, Apple’s Vision Pro did not achieve a sell-out on its first day of release, despite having a relatively limited supply estimated at 60,000 to 80,000 units. The device, with prices ranging from $3,500 to $3,899 based on storage options, experienced a quick backorder for its 256GB model. However, the higher capacity 512GB and 1TB models were still available for in-store pickup a day after the release. Subsequently, the availability of all models has shifted, now indicating longer wait times for shipping.
Customer expectations are shifting toward personalized experiences as the digital landscape continues to evolve. How can your business prioritize the human aspect of customer engagement to meet their needs and stand out in a competitive marketplace?
Leveraging technology to nurture more demand, personalize buyer experiences, build relationships at scale, and make insight-driven decisions is essential to stand out in today’s marketplace. These four key principles can help your business achieve success.