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Trend #1- Opendoor
Opendoor Technologies Inc is an online real estate company based in San Francisco. It makes as-is cash offers to property sellers through an online process, improves and repairs the properties it purchases, and relists them for sale.
Opendoor has been Rising (31.8%) in the last year. It is experiencing Stable (1.6%) this month as compared to the previous month. With a Search Volume of 11K it is a trend to look up in the future because of its high growth speed.
Opendoor which was mostly known as a 'pioneer of an algorithm-driven method of flipping homes', is reassessing its softeware use and helping buyers make cash offers. “The market conditions right now are screaming for this,” said Tom Willerer, chief product officer for Opendoor, which went public last year.
Over the next 10 years, there's a good chance that we will buy and sell homes like we buy and sell on Amazon.
Sellers: open app, list their home, schedule a virtual tour, sell their home to a company like Opendoor, move out within days.
Buyers: open the same app, browse homes, schedule a tour, buy a home from a company like Opendoor, and move in within days.
Trend #2 - Lovevery
Lovevery is an early learning platform that offers a stage-based system of information for parents and products for children. The platform also offers educational play products and toys designed by child development experts for stage-based learning.
Lovevery has been Strongly Rising (72.0%) in the last year. It is experiencing Stability (1.5%) this month as compared to the previous month. With a
Search Volume of 74K it is a trend to look up in the future because of its high growth speed.
Lovevery is known for its play products and has several celebrity endorsements. It's expanding into the home space with a new collection of organic goods, featuring everything from crib sheets to nap mats that both babies and parents will obsess over.
Lovevery raised $20 million in a Series B round in 2019. Venture capital firm Maveron led the round. GV (formerly Google Ventures), Reach Capital, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative and Collaborative Fund participated. The company claims its subscriber base has grown more than 10 fold in the past year and it now offers products including block toys that come with activities specific to a child’s developmental stage.
Trend #3 - FightCamp
FightCamp is designed to keep you engaged, focused and in the zone. Endless variety, uplifting beats, motivating trainers and powerful technology combine to create a uniquely satisfying workout.
FightCamp has been Strongly Rising (279%) in the last year. It is experiencing Stability (6.2%) this month as compared to the previous month, with a Search Volume of 40.5K, it is a trend to look up in the future because of its high growth.
Home workouts have clearly risen in the last year - but not everyone is a fan of Peleton or HIIT. Stepfoward, FightCamp. Doing boxing workouts at home can help you both ose weight and get fit in a novel way. Whilst it helps if you have some basic knowledge of Boxing, the trend was widely adopted with even some Boxing greats seemingly getting on board.
This largely depends on how quickly people return to gyms and other fitness classes that aren't exclusively done at home. We think the smart money, however, like most things - is a hybrid: a mixture of inperson and virtual workouts to work within your personal timetable.
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