AIM

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Four students from various background at The University of Waterloo are pleased to present AIM, a mobile web application that uses open data to improve the lives of Canadians through increased productivity. AIM provides market research for Canadians interested in starting a business.

With AIM the user enters the desired postal code to conduct business. Based on this input the app shows the target audience, products this audience buys, and the price at which they are wiling to buy desired products. Lastly AIM uses media consumption data to present ways to advertise.

Developed by
AIM
Device Formats
Web
Date Published
April 1, 2014

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