Why Business Is A Fight Club: Triller Fight Club CEO Ryan Kavanaugh on Taking On the Competition
The rise of digital competition has created an environment of fierce competition for businesses. Now more than ever, it’s easy to launch a business, and many companies have chosen to do so through digital technology. In a world where any company can launch an e-commerce business, the key is to stay ahead of the competition. We’ve seen many businesses compete through an adversarial business model, and we’ve seen some of the most successful adversarial businesses in the world. Triller Fight Club CEO Ryan Kavanaugh sees an opportunity to leverage the business world’s adversarial nature. Ryan Kavanaugh created Triller as a competitive advantage for his company.
Triller is a mobile phone app that allows users to find and challenge others in local fights. Triller operates similarly to other well-known apps like Uber or Airbnb, to put it into perspective. You download the app and make an account, then use the app to find people or businesses who need help with a specific task.
Triller Fight Club is a software company that provides high-quality fight videos in real-time. The business has found success by offering a product that’s tough to replicate one that leverages the adversarial nature of capitalism. In Triller, you can compete with your friends, but there are no rules; you can do whatever it takes to win. This creates a competitive advantage for Triller because they offer something different from the competition.
Triller leverages its competitive advantage by launching an adversarial campaign against its competitors. With the campaign, Triller can remain ahead of its competition because it has an edge in branding and marketing. The focus on Triller’s product alone ensures that it’s a better option for consumers than its competitors. Furthermore, Triller can use this competitive advantage to drive traffic back to its website. For example, if you are looking for a boxing date on Saturday night, you might think about checking out the Triller website first instead of going to Google.
As the CEO of Triller, Ryan Kavanaugh, says that their competitive advantage is the ability to compete with other games without requiring players to have a console or a PC. They’re able to do this because of digital technology and mobile technology.