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The Stock Exchange subscribes to the subscription economy


The “subscription economy” is a hit with investors. Funds have made it their specialty.

It is the dream of every investor.

Focus on companies positioned on a promising niche, generally with a strong technological component, and, the icing on the cake, predictable and regular revenues.

The "subscription economy", or the subscription economy, which made the fortune of Netflix, Spotify or Costco, delights the Stock Exchange.

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Over the past ten years or so, the number of companies that have set up subscription systems in order to monetize their offer has increased steadily.

And the sectors concerned are increasingly varied.

Alongside the traditional offers from telecom operators, television channels or more recently music and video streaming, food distribution, video games and even the software industry are undergoing massive conversion.

The health crisis and confinements have given a boost to this already well-established trend.

"You only have to take a look at your bank statements to see that the subscriptions are over.

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Source: lefigaro

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