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private:xynca-2 1378390 Jun 4th, 2019 12:00AM Xynca 4 0.00 Open Information Technology and Services Jun 4th, 2019 03:18PM Jun 4th, 2019 03:18PM Xynca - get in-sync with people you care for... Problem: 1) Wishlists are perceived by a majority of people as something that makes them look greedy and they are thus not comfortable creating or sharing them. 2) There is a huge mismatch between what people wish for and what they get/buy. For example a person who needs a high end SLR camera may end up buying a lower end one because of cost aspects. Also high cost products do not end up being gifted by anyone beyond family. 3) Most online gifting and wishlist platforms currently available, work on the premise of the ease of use and a higher range of products to wish/gift from. However, the emotional needs of gifting are being missed out. For example, in gifting, higher the effort put in, more the perceived value of the gift, contrary to how most platforms are positioned.... Xynca's solution: 1) Positioning around the human element of "Care" and being in Sync. 2) Removing the focus from self, by being about wishes for self, friends, family and causes (thus taking away the greed element). 3) Enabling partial funding/ gifting towards higher cost products, thus making gifting more meaningful by being about what the person really wants. Small contributions from multiple friends may enable one to buy high cost items, or go for higher end products vis-a-vis lower end ones. 4) Addressing the emotional needs of the giver, by creating a Brand that is not about ease of use, but is about the expression of care and understanding. Open Open
private:xynca-2 1378390 Mar 23rd, 2018 12:00AM Xynca 3 0.00 Open Information Technology and Services Mar 23rd, 2017 10:51AM Mar 23rd, 2017 10:51AM Xynca - get in-sync with people you care for... Problem: 1) Wishlists are perceived by a majority of people as something that makes them look greedy and they are thus not comfortable creating or sharing them. 2) There is a huge mismatch between what people wish for and what they get/buy. For example a person who needs a high end SLR camera may end up buying a lower end one because of cost aspects. Also high cost products do not end up being gifted by anyone beyond family. 3) Most online gifting and wishlist platforms currently available, work on the premise of the ease of use and a higher range of products to wish/gift from. However, the emotional needs of gifting are being missed out. For example, in gifting, higher the effort put in, more the perceived value of the gift, contrary to how most platforms are positioned.... Xynca's solution: 1) Positioning around the human element of "Care" and being in Sync. 2) Removing the focus from self, by being about wishes for self, friends, family and causes (thus taking away the greed element). 3) Enabling partial funding/ gifting towards higher cost products, thus making gifting more meaningful by being about what the person really wants. Small contributions from multiple friends may enable one to buy high cost items, or go for higher end products vis-a-vis lower end ones. 4) Addressing the emotional needs of the giver, by creating a Brand that is not about ease of use, but is about the expression of care and understanding.
private:xynca-2 1378390 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM Xynca 3 0.00 Open Information Technology and Services Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Xynca - get in-sync with people you care for... Problem: 1) Wishlists are perceived by a majority of people as something that makes them look greedy and they are thus not comfortable creating or sharing them. 2) There is a huge mismatch between what people wish for and what they get/buy. For example a person who needs a high end SLR camera may end up buying a lower end one because of cost aspects. Also high cost products do not end up being gifted by anyone beyond family. 3) Most online gifting and wishlist platforms currently available, work on the premise of the ease of use and a higher range of products to wish/gift from. However, the emotional needs of gifting are being missed out. For example, in gifting, higher the effort put in, more the perceived value of the gift, contrary to how most platforms are positioned.... Xynca's solution: 1) Positioning around the human element of "Care" and being in Sync. 2) Removing the focus from self, by being about wishes for self, friends, family and causes (thus taking away the greed element). 3) Enabling partial funding/ gifting towards higher cost products, thus making gifting more meaningful by being about what the person really wants. Small contributions from multiple friends may enable one to buy high cost items, or go for higher end products vis-a-vis lower end ones. 4) Addressing the emotional needs of the giver, by creating a Brand that is not about ease of use, but is about the expression of care and understanding.
private:xynca-2 1378390 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM Xynca 3 0.00 Open Information Technology and Services Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Xynca - get in-sync with people you care for... Problem: 1) Wishlists are perceived by a majority of people as something that makes them look greedy and they are thus not comfortable creating or sharing them. 2) There is a huge mismatch between what people wish for and what they get/buy. For example a person who needs a high end SLR camera may end up buying a lower end one because of cost aspects. Also high cost products do not end up being gifted by anyone beyond family. 3) Most online gifting and wishlist platforms currently available, work on the premise of the ease of use and a higher range of products to wish/gift from. However, the emotional needs of gifting are being missed out. For example, in gifting, higher the effort put in, more the perceived value of the gift, contrary to how most platforms are positioned.... Xynca's solution: 1) Positioning around the human element of "Care" and being in Sync. 2) Removing the focus from self, by being about wishes for self, friends, family and causes (thus taking away the greed element). 3) Enabling partial funding/ gifting towards higher cost products, thus making gifting more meaningful by being about what the person really wants. Small contributions from multiple friends may enable one to buy high cost items, or go for higher end products vis-a-vis lower end ones. 4) Addressing the emotional needs of the giver, by creating a Brand that is not about ease of use, but is about the expression of care and understanding.
private:xynca-2 1378390 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM Xynca 3 0.00 Open Information Technology and Services Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Xynca - get in-sync with people you care for... Problem: 1) Wishlists are perceived by a majority of people as something that makes them look greedy and they are thus not comfortable creating or sharing them. 2) There is a huge mismatch between what people wish for and what they get/buy. For example a person who needs a high end SLR camera may end up buying a lower end one because of cost aspects. Also high cost products do not end up being gifted by anyone beyond family. 3) Most online gifting and wishlist platforms currently available, work on the premise of the ease of use and a higher range of products to wish/gift from. However, the emotional needs of gifting are being missed out. For example, in gifting, higher the effort put in, more the perceived value of the gift, contrary to how most platforms are positioned.... Xynca's solution: 1) Positioning around the human element of "Care" and being in Sync. 2) Removing the focus from self, by being about wishes for self, friends, family and causes (thus taking away the greed element). 3) Enabling partial funding/ gifting towards higher cost products, thus making gifting more meaningful by being about what the person really wants. Small contributions from multiple friends may enable one to buy high cost items, or go for higher end products vis-a-vis lower end ones. 4) Addressing the emotional needs of the giver, by creating a Brand that is not about ease of use, but is about the expression of care and understanding.
private:xynca-2 1378390 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM Xynca 3 0.00 Open Information Technology and Services Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Xynca - get in-sync with people you care for... Problem: 1) Wishlists are perceived by a majority of people as something that makes them look greedy and they are thus not comfortable creating or sharing them. 2) There is a huge mismatch between what people wish for and what they get/buy. For example a person who needs a high end SLR camera may end up buying a lower end one because of cost aspects. Also high cost products do not end up being gifted by anyone beyond family. 3) Most online gifting and wishlist platforms currently available, work on the premise of the ease of use and a higher range of products to wish/gift from. However, the emotional needs of gifting are being missed out. For example, in gifting, higher the effort put in, more the perceived value of the gift, contrary to how most platforms are positioned.... Xynca's solution: 1) Positioning around the human element of "Care" and being in Sync. 2) Removing the focus from self, by being about wishes for self, friends, family and causes (thus taking away the greed element). 3) Enabling partial funding/ gifting towards higher cost products, thus making gifting more meaningful by being about what the person really wants. Small contributions from multiple friends may enable one to buy high cost items, or go for higher end products vis-a-vis lower end ones. 4) Addressing the emotional needs of the giver, by creating a Brand that is not about ease of use, but is about the expression of care and understanding.
private:xynca-2 1378390 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM Xynca 3 0.00 Open Information Technology and Services Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Xynca - get in-sync with people you care for... Problem: 1) Wishlists are perceived by a majority of people as something that makes them look greedy and they are thus not comfortable creating or sharing them. 2) There is a huge mismatch between what people wish for and what they get/buy. For example a person who needs a high end SLR camera may end up buying a lower end one because of cost aspects. Also high cost products do not end up being gifted by anyone beyond family. 3) Most online gifting and wishlist platforms currently available, work on the premise of the ease of use and a higher range of products to wish/gift from. However, the emotional needs of gifting are being missed out. For example, in gifting, higher the effort put in, more the perceived value of the gift, contrary to how most platforms are positioned.... Xynca's solution: 1) Positioning around the human element of "Care" and being in Sync. 2) Removing the focus from self, by being about wishes for self, friends, family and causes (thus taking away the greed element). 3) Enabling partial funding/ gifting towards higher cost products, thus making gifting more meaningful by being about what the person really wants. Small contributions from multiple friends may enable one to buy high cost items, or go for higher end products vis-a-vis lower end ones. 4) Addressing the emotional needs of the giver, by creating a Brand that is not about ease of use, but is about the expression of care and understanding.
private:xynca-2 1378390 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM Xynca 3 0.00 Open Information Technology and Services Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Xynca - get in-sync with people you care for... Problem: 1) Wishlists are perceived by a majority of people as something that makes them look greedy and they are thus not comfortable creating or sharing them. 2) There is a huge mismatch between what people wish for and what they get/buy. For example a person who needs a high end SLR camera may end up buying a lower end one because of cost aspects. Also high cost products do not end up being gifted by anyone beyond family. 3) Most online gifting and wishlist platforms currently available, work on the premise of the ease of use and a higher range of products to wish/gift from. However, the emotional needs of gifting are being missed out. For example, in gifting, higher the effort put in, more the perceived value of the gift, contrary to how most platforms are positioned.... Xynca's solution: 1) Positioning around the human element of "Care" and being in Sync. 2) Removing the focus from self, by being about wishes for self, friends, family and causes (thus taking away the greed element). 3) Enabling partial funding/ gifting towards higher cost products, thus making gifting more meaningful by being about what the person really wants. Small contributions from multiple friends may enable one to buy high cost items, or go for higher end products vis-a-vis lower end ones. 4) Addressing the emotional needs of the giver, by creating a Brand that is not about ease of use, but is about the expression of care and understanding.
private:xynca-2 1378390 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM Xynca 3 0.00 Open Information Technology and Services Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Xynca - get in-sync with people you care for... Problem: 1) Wishlists are perceived by a majority of people as something that makes them look greedy and they are thus not comfortable creating or sharing them. 2) There is a huge mismatch between what people wish for and what they get/buy. For example a person who needs a high end SLR camera may end up buying a lower end one because of cost aspects. Also high cost products do not end up being gifted by anyone beyond family. 3) Most online gifting and wishlist platforms currently available, work on the premise of the ease of use and a higher range of products to wish/gift from. However, the emotional needs of gifting are being missed out. For example, in gifting, higher the effort put in, more the perceived value of the gift, contrary to how most platforms are positioned.... Xynca's solution: 1) Positioning around the human element of "Care" and being in Sync. 2) Removing the focus from self, by being about wishes for self, friends, family and causes (thus taking away the greed element). 3) Enabling partial funding/ gifting towards higher cost products, thus making gifting more meaningful by being about what the person really wants. Small contributions from multiple friends may enable one to buy high cost items, or go for higher end products vis-a-vis lower end ones. 4) Addressing the emotional needs of the giver, by creating a Brand that is not about ease of use, but is about the expression of care and understanding.
private:xynca-2 1378390 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM Xynca 3 0.00 Open Information Technology and Services Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Xynca - get in-sync with people you care for... Problem: 1) Wishlists are perceived by a majority of people as something that makes them look greedy and they are thus not comfortable creating or sharing them. 2) There is a huge mismatch between what people wish for and what they get/buy. For example a person who needs a high end SLR camera may end up buying a lower end one because of cost aspects. Also high cost products do not end up being gifted by anyone beyond family. 3) Most online gifting and wishlist platforms currently available, work on the premise of the ease of use and a higher range of products to wish/gift from. However, the emotional needs of gifting are being missed out. For example, in gifting, higher the effort put in, more the perceived value of the gift, contrary to how most platforms are positioned.... Xynca's solution: 1) Positioning around the human element of "Care" and being in Sync. 2) Removing the focus from self, by being about wishes for self, friends, family and causes (thus taking away the greed element). 3) Enabling partial funding/ gifting towards higher cost products, thus making gifting more meaningful by being about what the person really wants. Small contributions from multiple friends may enable one to buy high cost items, or go for higher end products vis-a-vis lower end ones. 4) Addressing the emotional needs of the giver, by creating a Brand that is not about ease of use, but is about the expression of care and understanding.

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