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"31 Squares has a lot going for it, despite being a newcomer, said Adam Schwartz, a mobile-app developer, entrepreneur and adjunct professor at Rollins College. First of all, the site is attractive, well-designed and easy to navigate, he said.
And the business model is familiar, following successful moneymakers such as meetup.com, which charges event organizers a monthly fee for using the service.
"It could work to 31 Squares' benefit that this is a business model you can monetize," said Schwartz, managing partner of FRESHeTECH LLC, a consumer-tech-products company. "Their biggest challenge will be user acquisition in such a crowded marketplace. They'll have to have a unique offering and unique way to bring in customers amid the thousands of other apps that are out there." "
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