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AutosPlus2017: Meet Lukas Draginas of Otomoto

AutosPlus2017: Meet Lukas Draginas of Otomoto

When Lukas Draginas, general manager of Otomoto.pl, raised prices on the Polish automotive classified platform, the site’s customers were livid. “We had trailers blocking the roads around our office, dealers were burning our flags and massively leaving the platform,” Draginas said. But Otomoto held firm, and the result is a classifieds success story in Poland. Draginas will be telling that story, and others, during his talk at AutosPlus2017, the AIM Group’s classifieds conference scheduled for October 9 and 10 in London.



Big response to OLX’s unique drive for talent

OLX Group launched a unique recruitment drive in India, labeled Code and The Curious, to spot and hire Indian techies for OLX's 25 offices around the world, who are particularly smart when it comes to artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML).


Amazon.in rebrands used-goods site, enters 3 new cities

Amazon.in rebrands used-goods site, enters 3 new cities

After quietly rolling out its ‘Sell as individual’ program in Bengaluru in January this year (reported by us first, we are proud to say), Amazon Inc. now took the next, purposeful step towards offering a Craigslist-like classified platform nationwide for used goods (with on-site payment): The Sell as individual program was rebranded as Local Finds and rolled out in three new cities.


Hein Pretorius is new CEO of Hepsiburada.com

Hein Pretorius is new CEO of Hepsiburada.com

Hepsiburada.com, one of the biggest online retailers in Turkey, appointed Hein Pretorius as CEO of the company. Pretorius, who served on the Hepsiburada advisory board between February and his appointment as CEO, was CEO of MIH Internet Group in Europe (a Naspers company) until 2014. He will start in his new position soon. Hepsiburada is a business of Doğan Online.


Did Naspers chief do Indeed (and all job sites) a favor?

Did Naspers chief do Indeed (and all job sites) a favor?

The European Commission has fined Google €2.42 billion ($2.6 billion U.S.) for antitrust violations, ruling Google was "abused its market dominance as a search engine by giving an illegal advantage to another Google product, its comparison shopping service". Could this, perhaps, change the game for Google Jobs? And should every recruitment site, especially Indeed, send a "thank you" note to Koos Bekker, chairman of Naspers?



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