Google Sherlock Holmes needed
I am looking for you, mr private detectivem I need a report/summary of 7 different UK Companies.
I am looking for a person who have excellent English writing skills and are good at digging up, finding and summarizing “boring” information so that it´s presentable/readable for management and accounting people.
I need info of 7 companies in the "e-commerce market", the companies offer you to trade in your old Books, Games, DVDs and CDs etc this will involves digging up numbers and stats, this will invole digging with search engines, Google, Bing etc.
Info/stats that should be covered:
When are they founded and by who/who are the owners
How have they progressed since they started
Simmary of annual reports
Where is the primary source of income coming from, since these companies buy used stuff from people they need to convert it to money, is it through eBay, Amazon
Investigare how they do on the auction sites where they operate (sell their bought stuff), how big are their inventory
The right person will understand by now what I am looking for :)
Since all companies but one are UK based, a lot of info can be found at
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Finally here are the companies that should be covered in the report, well here are their names and websites, so a good start is to look up the companies behind them
Ziffit: [login to view URL]
Music Magpie : [login to view URL]
We Buy Games: [login to view URL]
CEX - UK Web Buy: [login to view URL]
DiscFlipper: [login to view URL]
Momox: [login to view URL]
Zapper: [login to view URL]
The final report should also include a comparison of the companies, preferably with bars, sales, profit, number of employees, progression.
Bounus task is if a brief summary of the UK second hand market could be presented, how that market have progressed the last few years (those numberrs should be quite easy to find using a web search engine.
Hope to find the right person for this!
Any questions, just send me a message!
One last thing, this is quite urgent *yikes* within 5 days would be preferable :)