Introducing: Stewart Pendous - Forumosa's own BD Director

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Re: Introducing: Stewart Pendous - Forumosa's own BD Director

Postby Satellite TV » 08 Mar 2012, 21:08

Stewart Pendous wrote:
Satellite TV wrote:
Stewart Pendous wrote:
Satellite TV wrote:... if in Taiwan will corporate sponsors will get a local Taiwan Fapio for payments?


Yes.


So Forumosa is a registered business in Taiwan then?


Is there another way to issue fapios?



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Re: Introducing: Stewart Pendous - Forumosa's own BD Director

Postby llary » 11 Mar 2012, 12:27

It's great having a business director and all, but isn't a business director supposed to have some kind of business to direct? Good luck and all but I can't figure out how anyone would monetize a hobby forum. The likes of FlyerTalk and GetRichSlowly can make money because they have a huge potential user base and a clear way for companies to interact with users.
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Introducing: Stewart Pendous - Forumosa's own BD Director

Postby headhonchoII » 11 Mar 2012, 13:51

Its the hits man...the hits!
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Re: Introducing: Stewart Pendous - Forumosa's own BD Director

Postby superking » 11 Mar 2012, 15:22

llary wrote:It's great having a business director and all, but isn't a business director supposed to have some kind of business to direct? Good luck and all but I can't figure out how anyone would monetize a hobby forum. The likes of FlyerTalk and GetRichSlowly can make money because they have a huge potential user base and a clear way for companies to interact with users.



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