Berkeley, California (EastBayDaily) — GroupingMall.com, an innovative social marketplace, recently presented at the esteemed 2013 Venture Capital Investment Competition (VCIC) organized by University of California Berkeley's Haas School of Business. This high-profile event, hosted by a world-renowned educational institution, gives MBA students a chance to learn more about venture capital and entrepreneurship through a number of competitions and workshops presented by today's leading start-up companies and venture capitalists.
At this year's VCIC, GroupingMall was selected to present at one of these workshops. The company spoke of how it has added a unique twist to collaborative consumption and social commerce, and how it is changing the way people shop for online deals. GroupingMall also showed the MBA students, facility and venture capitalists how it has separated itself from its competition by becoming the first online marketplace that gives people the power to drop prices of products by collaborating with friends.
“Being selected to participate in the 2013 Venture Capital Investment Competition (VCIC) at the Berkeley Haas School of Business was a great acknowledgment of GroupingMall’s mass appeal,” explained GroupingMall Founder and CEO Jimmie Kirkland.
Following the presentation, GroupingMall also participated in a Q&A on the business of social shopping.
About GroupingMall GroupingMall is the first online marketplace that gives people the power to drop prices of products. Users get one click of the “Drop Price” button and can ask friends through social media to help them drop prices even more. GroupingMall encourages users to advertise merchants through social media in return for lower prices. Visit http://www.groupingmall.com for more information.