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Spain, Italy, and the UK are becoming major players fostering the growth of the robotics market in Europe

The robotics market in Europe is estimated to grow from US$10.1 billion in 2023 to US$20.0 billion in 2023 at a CAGR of 9.2% during the forecast period. Europe starts from a strong position in robotics, having 32% of current world markets. Industrial robotics has around one-third of the world market, while in the smaller professional service robot market European manufacturers produce 63% of the non-military robots. Europe is a leader in the robotics market for field robotics, logistics, and construction. The usage of robotics in this market is varied and is also used in professional cleaning. The military application of robotics is high in the professional use of service robotics. In defense, both manned and unmanned types of robots are used. In unmanned use, drones are very common. The use of drones has increased in the battlegrounds for a few years. They are being used for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance missions and have helped the soldiers on the ground and sitting far away to plan their next move. The German market is one of the big markets for robotics and is estimated to grow more in the period to come. Other markets like Spain, Italy, and the UK will also grow to become major players in the robotics market in the years to come.

The robotics market in Europe is estimated to grow from US$10.1 billion in 2023 to US$20.0 billion in 2023 at a CAGR of 9.2% during the forecast period. Europe starts from a strong position in robotics, having 32% of current world markets. Industrial robotics has around one-third of the world market, while in the smaller professional service robot market European manufacturers produce 63% of the non-military robots. Europe is a leader in the robotics market for field robotics, logistics, and construction. The usage of robotics in this market is varied and is also used in professional cleaning. The military application of robotics is high in the professional use of service robotics. In defense, both manned and unmanned types of robots are used. In unmanned use, drones are very common. The use of drones has increased in the battlegrounds for a few years. They are being used for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance missions and have helped the soldiers on the ground and sitting far away to plan their next move. The German market is one of the big markets for robotics and is estimated to grow more in the period to come. Other markets like Spain, Italy, and the UK will also grow to become major players in the robotics market in the years to come. A rise in the need for automation and safety in organizations and the availability of affordable, energy-efficient robots drive the growth of the global robotics market. In addition, an increase in labour and energy costs and an upsurge in the usage of robotics technology in different industry verticals fuel the growth of the market. However, the high initial cost of robots and lack of awareness among SMEs hamper the growth of the market. On the contrary, a surge in the adoption of robotics technology in emerging economies and an increase in use in diverse applications are the factors expected to provide lucrative opportunities for the growth of the market.

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Top 10 Robotics Startups To Look Out For In 2023

Across the world several robotics startups are merging to drive significant innovations.

Running a Covariant’s mission is to build the Covariant Brain, a universal Digital Dream Labs (DDL) is the leading provider of hands-on educational technology for children ages 4 to 9. The company’s products satisfy the need for engaging, language- and system-agnostic designs that allow pre-readers to interface with both on-screen environments and other devices such as educational robots, smart speakers, and other smart devices, and drones.  

Soon, the demand for food will surpass what our current systems can supply. Meanwhile, all around the globe, consumers and governments are calling for more sustainable food. At FarmWise, the team harnesses the power of AI to find solutions to this worldwide challenge and help growers thrive in this new farming era. The company works hand in hand with growers to understand their constraints, address their priorities, and build products that are changing their lives for good. Farming has always required passion and hard work. Covariant is here to merge age-old farming knowledge with the latest technologies to optimize farming processes and reconcile sustainability with growers’ profitability.  

Freedom Robotics is the leading provider of software infrastructure for modern robotics companies. Based in San Francisco, California, Freedom Robotics creates mission-critical software infrastructure to enable the next generation of robotics companies to build, operate, support, and scale robots and robotic fleets. Freedom Robotics is platform agnostic and works with any robot and installs in seconds with just one line of code in order to help robotics companies bring their product to market 10x faster with half the resources.  

Outrider, the pioneer in autonomous yard operations for logistics hubs, helps large enterprises improve safety, increase efficiency, and optimize their workforce. The only company exclusively focused on automating all aspects of yard operations, Outrider eliminates manual tasks that are hazardous and repetitive. Outrider’s mission is to drive the rapid adoption of sustainable freight transportation by deploying zero-emission systems. Outrider is a private company backed by NEA, 8VC, and other top-tier investors.  

Refraction AI builds and deploys robotic platforms for providing safe and scalable last-mile goods delivery in urban areas. The company picks up goods from places like restaurants, pharmacies, and grocery stores and bring them directly to your house, enabling faster, cheaper, and safer delivery to meet customer’s growing expectations.  

Robust.AI is a fast-growing early-stage startup founded by an unsurpassed team of veterans in robotics, business, and AI. Current robots are extremely limited, typically relegated to highly controlled environments, unable to function in dynamic, open-ended environments, and poorly equipped to deal with the unexpected. The company is building an industrial-strength cognitive platform — the first of its kind — to enable robots to be smart, collaborative, robust, safe and genuinely autonomous, with applications in a very broad range of verticals from construction and delivery to warehouses and domestic robots  

Construction impacts our daily lives in unique ways. The industry shapes the cities we live in, producing the homes we dwell in and the infrastructure that drives our economies. With 200,000 people a day globally moving to urban areas, the industry must respond to some of the biggest challenges of our time, but it is plagued by waste and inefficiency. At Scaled Robotic, the team is applying robotics and machine learning to build new tools that can track, analyze and optimize the construction process  

Southie Autonomy makes automation affordable, easy, and flexible by creating a new way to talk with robots. With a tool called The Wand, anyone can tell the robot what to do in under 10 minutes using simple gestures. NO coding, NO programming, just use The Wand! In manufacturing today, automation can be extremely expensive, time-consuming, and often results in a robot doing 1 task. At Southie Autonomy the team cuts these high costs by at least 50%, with no expert coder or complex installation required. Now, your workers can assign a new task to a robot in under 10 minutes versus the 2-8 hours it takes experts.  

Inside The Crazy Us$6 Billion Plan To Turn Wind Into Gasoline

Former LNG exec Meg Gentle says it’s serious, and some smart money, including from Porsche and Baker Hughes, agrees with her.

Meg Gentle, executive director at HIF Global, is back in her mega project comfort zone. JAMEL TOPPIN FOR FORBES

Near the southernmost tip of Chilean Patagonia, on the wind-buffeted Straits of Magellan, the Haru Oni eFuels Pilot Plant sits at the foot of a wind turbine. The plant produces greener gasoline. It starts by taking wind power to run electrolyzer machines, which separate the hydrogen out of water. The hydrogen is then joined with recycled carbon dioxide, in reactions that generate synthetic hydrocarbons — indistinguishable from fossil-derived gasoline.

To be sure, carbon dioxide still comes out the back of any car running off this manufactured fuel, but it’s a start. Porsche AG, an investor, is excited about the prospect of marketing this chemically identical “efuel” (the e is for electricity) to drivers who want both internal combustion and a cleaner climate conscience. It plans to get maximum publicity per gallon, by first using it to gas up its racing teams.

Why build a novel green fuels plant in remote Patagonia? First off, the strong winds created when Antarctica’s cold air meets the warm air from the Pacific. Turbines there can achieve 75% operating efficiency versus an average of 45% for Texas wind farms. Second, the main shareholder of HIF Global, Santiago, Chile-based AME, already develops vast Atacama Desert solar farms, and is looking to erect thousands of wind turbines in Patagonia. That would be enough to make billions of gallons of fuel a year and turn Chile into the unlikely exporter of millions of gallons a year of greener gasoline made from Patagonia winds — the same ones that 500 years ago blew Magellan’s ships through the strait that bears his name.

But Patagonia is not logistically the easiest place to build, which is why HIF aims to construct its first world-scale plant in Texas–near its chemical plants and refineries. Meg Gentle, HIF’s executive director, was captivated by the concept when she heard about it in 2023 from chairman Cesar Norton. Gentle, 48, had just gotten out of the liquefied natural gas business, having served 15 years at pioneering LNG exporter Cheniere Energy followed by four years as CEO of rival LNG developer Tellurian Energy.

Gentle left Tellurian in late 2023, intending to take it easier and run her family investment office, Gemstone Investments, for a while. She agreed to put some money behind HIF (which stands for Highly Innovative Fuels). “I started as an investor. Soon it was ‘Meg can you help us’ with this or that.” Her job for the last two years has been planning and permitting and contracting for a $6 billion plant in Matagorda County, Texas that will make 200 million gallons of greener fuels a year — equivalent to taking the emissions of 400,000 cars off the road.

Gentle feels back in her element. At Cheniere she had raised $40 billion in capital to build a half dozen plants in Texas and Louisiana that now chill and export some 7 billion cubic feet of gas per day — 60% of U.S. LNG exports, and 5% of total domestic supply. She’s not intimidated by cost or complexity. “So many elements of what we are tying together are exactly the same as LNG.”

Bechtel came up with that $6 billion estimate during front-end-engineering. Even if costs go higher, Gentle doesn’t think HIF will have trouble rounding up sufficient capital to get it built. It’s an irony of the green wave — the world needs to make such enormous investments in low carbon infrastructure that megaprojects might be easier to finance than small ones.

“Demand for these projects is boundless,” says Andrew Ellenbogen, managing director at private equity shop EIG, “and will be much better addressed by projects of this size.” EIG, with $24 billion under management, first invested in HIF’s parent company in 2023 to build solar farms and gas-fired generation in Chile.

Near Patagonia’s wind-buffeted Straits of Magellan, the Haru Oni eFuels Pilot Plant makes gas good enough for Porsche. COURTESY HIF GLOBAL

Ellenbogen has such faith in the potential of efuels “to address hard to abate emissions” that EIG was in even before last year’s passage of the Democrats’ Inflation Reduction Act, with its $500 billion or so in green subsidies, including the potential for developers to generate tax credits on qualified green programs that can reach as high as 60% of capital invested. “The impact of the credits is huge,” says Ellenbogen, but it’s gravy on top. “We would invest with or without them.”

So it makes sense that the HIF project is already a who’s who of big names itching to live up to green promises. Porsche has put $100 million into HIF Global. Baker Hughes, another investor, took part in a $260 million equity infusion in 2023. Addressing the biggest foreseeable bottleneck, Gentle already has hundreds of electrolyzers reserved from Siemens. The Patagonia plant tapped ExxonMobil for its methanol-to-gasoline technology. “Figuring out who are your partners and how you are building those blocks together is probably my most valuable lesson across the entire journey of Cheniere and Tellurian,” says Gentle.

Naturally, there’s an element of betting on the come here. Making a gallon of this fuel requires about 20 pounds of carbon dioxide. Technology to capture carbon dioxide right out of the air started getting headlines five years ago, but is still expensive, at about $250 a ton.

Baker Hughes last year acquired startup Mosaic Materials in order to speed development of its carbon dioxide-trapping metal-organic frameworks– like air filters engineered at the molecular level to grab carbon dioxide out of the air. According to Alessandro Bresciani, a senior vice president at Baker Hughes, the materials “capture CO2 at ambient conditions and require relatively low energy to release the CO2,” making for a lower cost of ownership.

Cool stuff, but Gentle says costs need to get closer to $100 a ton (before generous federal tax credits under the Inflation Reduction Act). So initially, they’ll use other sources of recycled CO2, says CEO Cesar Norton. Baker Hughes declined to share any projection on how many years of iterations it will take to get to that price point.

Gentle and the HIF team picked the site in Matagorda County, Texas for easy access to their most important ingredient: electricity. The plant will have a continuous 24/7 electricity demand of 2,000 megawatts, enough to power about a million homes. Good thing they are located along a high voltage transmission corridor that was overbuilt in anticipation of an unrealized expansion of the South Texas nuclear power plant.

Securing dedicated supplies of renewable electricity is vitally important if projects like this are to actually reduce emissions rather than increase them, says Cy McGeady, an associate fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. At issue is a trifecta of concerns known as “time matching, additionality and deliverability.” In short, you don’t want to run your electrolyzers when the wind stops blowing because then your electricity is more likely coming from fossil fuel generators. And you don’t want to use existing renewable energy projects to power electrolyzers, because then you’re cannibalizing someone else’s low-carbon energy supply. As for deliverability, “You can’t build a wind farm in Nebraska for your plant in Texas,” says McGeady. Right now the Treasury Department is determining what rules developers will have to follow if they want to access the full lineup of tax credits. Stricter rules would add a lot of costs and slow rollout. Which is why McGeady cautions, “economics are wildly speculative until we get guidance from Treasury.”

To make sure HIF’s share of wind power gets put on the grid, Gentle says they will need to buy the output of wind farms with 5,000 megawatts of peak capacity (recall the wind only blows 45% of the time). That will require the dedicated electric output of 1,000 turbines that stand 500 feet tall. All that to make replacement fuel for just 400,000 cars, when the U.S. has 276 million vehicles on the road. Does it make sense to go to all this trouble to extend the internal combustion era? “It’s worth the effort because with the efuel you can operate the existing car fleet on a CO2 neutral base,” says Porsche spokesman Hermann-Josef Stappen.

Gentle (an alum of James Madison University and a Rice University MBA, who earlier worked at Anadarko Petroleum) figures that it will start off costing about $5 a gallon to make efuel–about twice as much as regular gasoline. That’s pricey, though the fuel will fetch a low-carbon premium. How much? A minimum of 30 cents a gallon considering recent California carbon dioxide cap-and-trade prices of about $30 per metric ton (2,200 lbs). In addition to gasoline, HIF plans to sell a large portion of Matagorda’s initial output as shipping fuel, to fleet owners struggling to satisfy stringent new international rules on emissions. Future plants will make jet fuel, she says.

At first when Gentle left the LNG business, amid stalled progress on Tellurian’s Driftwood LNG project, she says she was looking to invest in hydrogen-based fuels, but soon determined the challenges of transporting raw hydrogen would prove overwhelming. For instance, to put natural gas into a tanker ship for export requires chilling it down to -260 degrees into a liquid. “Being in the LNG business, when I learned that in order to move hydrogen on a vessel it has to be even colder, near absolute zero, I immediately knew that that is not going to happen” because the extra costs and difficulty containing such a small molecule would make it impractical. “The boil off is much higher than LNG. As with anything you have to keep un-atmospherically cold, you have to be reliquefying it or you’re losing it.” That drew her to so-called hydrogen carriers, like ammonia (NH3) or synthetics like efuels which are far easier to transport.

While developing the Matagorda site, HIF Global is also working on one in Tasmania, which will source carbon dioxide from the forest products industry. They’ll add more plants in Patagonia as they build out wind turbines, says Norton, who started his career working at a power station in Buenos Aires and over two decades has been a leader in building out natural gas, wind and solar in South America. Norton envisions tens of billions of dollars invested in southern Chile to capture its “strong and constant winds” as the primary raw material for green products. He calls it the “Power-to-X” paradigm.

Gentle envisions hundreds of billions invested in the technology over the coming decades, with HIF Global aiming for a dozen projects that could remove the emissions impact of 5 million cars. Why not? — that much has been invested in North American LNG projects over the past decade. And even a $6 billion plant making the equivalent of 14,000 barrels per day is a drop in the bucket of the 100 million barrels per day worldwide petroleum market (and once complete would be a tasty acquisition for a big oil company).

“This is a solution now, today, already,” she says. “If you’re trying to deploy large amounts of capital you can’t do it $20 million at a time. You have to have scale.”

This story was first published on chúng tôi and all figures are in USD.

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Top 10 Indian Robotics Startups Secured Funding In Q1 2023

The world has been witnessing a growing crop of robotics startups, let’s look at their funding and investments

Technological breakthroughs, especially robotics and artificial intelligence, around the world are rapidly changing the way of human interaction with technology surrounding everyone.


Total Funding Amount: US$5.3M Recent Investors: Speciale Invest and Srivats Ram CynLr is a visual object intelligence platform that enables industrial robotic arms to see, understand and manipulate any object in random unstructured environments. CynLr intends to simplify manufacturing through its visual robots or object computers, just as the computers simplified data processing.  

Data Sutram

Total Funding Amount: US$2.3M Recent Investors: Indian Angel Network and Varanium Capital Advisors Data Sutram is an AI-driven platform that provides Intel on People & Places with data from 250+ sources. Our proprietary AI and ML-driven data engine automatically convert raw unstructured sources of data from satellites, mobile phones, POS machines & several other sources to create insights that capture how people live & behave, available for any location in varying levels of granularity.  


Total Funding Amount: US$5M Recent Investors: Zomato and Ncubate Capital Partners Mukunda Foods Pvt. Ltd is into the design & development of automated food equipment for use in the Indian food retail segment. Bringing automation into Indian food products is the focus of Mukunda Foods, They make food-making machines for hotels, restaurants & eateries.  

Addverb Technologies

Total Funding Amount: US$$132M Recent Investors: Reliance Industries  


Total Funding Amount: US$107M Recent Investors: SCB 10X and Lightspeed India Partners Darwinbox is a leading provider of cloud-based Human Resources Management Software (HRMS). With a new-age enterprise-focused HR Technology suite, Darwinbox engages and empowers employees across the entire lifecycle (hire-to-retire) with a smarter, simpler & mobile-first HR Tech experience powered by AI and Machine Learning  

Ati Motors

Total Funding Amount: US$3.5M Recent Investors: LetsVenture and MFV Partners Ati Motors is one of the most unique industrial robotics startups in India right now. The firm has assembled an interdisciplinary team of around 30 engineers across. With an applied research focus, it is high on both academic rigor and implementation expertise. Apart from the in-house team, Ati Motors leverages the excellent vendor ecosystem in Bangalore that already caters to sophisticated aerospace, automotive, and electronics verticals.  

Accio Robotics

Total Funding Amount: US$34.2K Recent Investors: Utpal Doshi and Pankaj Bhargava Accio Robotics is a robotics automation company focused on manufacturing state-of-the-art hardware and software automation solutions. The company aims to simplify the robotics market for businesses. The reason for the push for robotics and automation in various industries is simple. It helps in cutting the lead times of product development when deployed for value-added tasks, and it helps in aiding humans as well as at the same time reducing human error when deployed in incidental tasks.  

Diamond Age

Total Funding Amount: US$58M Recent Investors: Dolby Family Ventures and Alpaca VC Diamond Age is automating new home construction for the production housing industry. Our Robotics-as-a-Service system combines 3D printing, mechatronics, and robotics to unlock the industry’s enormous growth potential by backfilling the massive labor shortage and driving construction cycle times down from 9 months to 30 days.  

Starship Technologies

Total Funding Amount: US$197.7M Recent Investors: TDK Ventures and Goodyear Ventures Starship Technologies is a robotics company building fleets of self-driving delivery robots designed to deliver goods locally within 30 minutes. The robots drive autonomously 99% of the time to make safe and environmentally friendly curb-side deliveries from a local hub. They also offer people convenient new services that improve everyday life. Starships Technologies robots are equipped with a sensor suite that includes cameras, GPS, and inertial measurement units.  

Gecko Robotics

Total Funding Amount: US$122.3M Recent Investors: XN and Mark Cuban Gecko Robotics has developed robots to automate infrastructure inspections alongside software to aggregate and contextualize data to provide the ultimate end-to-end experience for customers. Gecko currently serves any industry with large pieces of critical infrastructure, focusing on enabling infrastructural integrity, safety, and reliability.  

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Top 20 Referral Marketing Software Tools In 2023

Digitization has made this process far smoother and has helped to solve the problem. Today, using referrals to increase and maintain your clients is a stress-free and successful tactic.

Referral Marketing Software is the digital application you would use to help set up and manage a referral marketing programme.

Despite the incentive, if the software makes it difficult for your followers to endorse your business, they can decide not to mention you. Therefore, it is ideal to find software that is appropriate and easy for you to handle and user-friendly for the client.

You’ll need to keep track of who makes the successful referrals and how many of them turn out to be clients.

You should also give out referral benefits as soon as you get them to keep participants happy. For the best results, you should additionally reward both the new client and the client who referred them.

These characteristics are exceedingly challenging to manage if you try to run a referral programme manually and independently hence Referral Marketing Software helps your business to carry out referral programs easily and successfully. 

The best referral marketing software for your business will mostly depend on its size, its priorities, and the industry it operates. This topic includes a buyer’s guide to help you.

Select solutions that are specialised for your sector; different industries will require different software to meet their unique objectives. Prior to searching for software, make sure to ascertain the function it will serve for your business, such as e-commerce, retail, or financial services.

Verify the software’s inclusion of any third-party integrations, such as those for CRM, email marketing, and automation, to make sure they function properly. It’s important to keep track of the referral path from the sales pipeline to acquisition.

When assessing the channels that the referral marketing software provides, take into account your marketing strategy.

It’s essential that the referral marketing software can manage the campaign demands of your company, so take a close look at features like the number of concurrent referral programmes that can be employed, the transaction limits, customer and peer communication options, wallets, and so on.

How much flexibility and customization is provided by the software? Does it allow you to add or remove features without affecting how it works? The best solution is to find software that you can customize for each kind of referral campaign.

The programme should allow you to manually arrange and categorise your users in addition to its automatic segmentation of users.

Make sure the programme provides a variety of analytical features, both scheduled and random, to handle your referral marketing campaigns successfully. Metrics including referral rates, overall income, top influencers, and programme engagement are tracked in this process.

Finding a reliable software provider with attentive customer support that is always available to address issues is crucial. Make sure they have a strong customer service team because referral programmes change from season to season.

Use of APIs and data to confirm the validity of the referral programme. As a result, organisations must have the necessary API capabilities and legal permissions in order to properly utilise the referral programme. Here, you want to be certain that the data and information you get are yours because you don’t want to later deal with any unfavourable legal issues.

Choose the rewards you want to provide your customers in recognition of their hard work, and then determine whether the solution you choose will enable you to do so.

Some of the key benefits of Referral Marketing Software are: 

Here is a list of 20 top referral marketing software that you can use to streamline your referral marketing campaigns. 

1. Upviral

😍 Pros

You may conduct an infinite number of campaigns with all tiers of subscription subscriptions, which offers good value.

Reduced labour requirements are achieved by using automated leaderboards and prize distribution.

The mobile widget is totally customizable.

Campaign performance may be easily evaluated thanks to thorough analytics and reporting.

😢 Cons

Social media sharing widgets load a little slowly.

Opt-in form templates are not easily customizable.

💰 Pricing

Trial – $1 (14 days). 

Paid plans start at $49 per month

2. Referral Factory

Referral Factory is one of the greatest referral marketing tools for creating and running referral programmes. It is one of the few platforms that lets marketers set up complete referral systems quickly and easily. For marketers just starting out in referral marketing, this tool has over a thousand starter templates that are incredibly helpful. Pick a template that works for you, make the necessary changes, and then launch the campaign.

😍 Pros

Powerful reporting features make performance tracking easier.

The programme is highly flexible and easily satisfies your unique requirements.

It is straightforward to share referral data with all stakeholders thanks to the ability to export it.

Their understanding of enterprise-level referral programmes merits credit.

😢 Cons

The UX seems a little dated and awkward. It requires more effort to become used to.

Customization is possible with the programme, but it requires a lot of time and effort.

💰 Pricing

Free Trial – 15 Days

Paid Plan starts at $75/month 

3. Refersion

Refersion is a referral marketing software that makes it simple to monitor referral sales and promote customer referrals. It smoothly interfaces with a variety of platforms and even allows for instant payment completion inside the app. 

If you are also focusing on affiliate marketing, you may show your partners how well they are doing in terms of sales, which will motivate them to continue working with you. The programme offers extensive reports that may be used for campaign analysis and future campaign planning. It is fairly accurate.

😍 Pros: 

simple to monitor sales

quickly integrating

dependable client service

appropriate for beginners

😢 Cons:

only a few affiliate features

fewer forms of payment

more costly than comparable options

💰 Pricing

$89 per month

4. Referral Candy

If you’re just getting started with referral marketing software, Referral Candy is a great alternative. Using and setting it up is rather straightforward.

Referral Candy is made to help online merchants increase their sales. This is done by introducing numerous rewards programmes that recruit new customers. Additionally, integrating Referral Candy with well-known e-commerce platforms like Amazon or Shopify is quite straightforward.

😍 Pros: 

fantastic for novices

Simple navigation 

Quick connection with important e-commerce sites


😢 Cons: 

fewer features

It might not work for all businesses.

Sometimes it takes longer to upload items

💰 Pricing

Starts at $49 per month

5. LeadDyno

LeadDyno is a dynamic referral marketing platform that can be utilised in influencer marketing campaigns as well as being used to entice repeat affiliates. This software has a variety of useful features and capabilities that can assist you in planning your own referral marketing strategy.

😍 Pros:

Simple to integrate with CRM, email marketing platforms, payment gateways, and e-commerce platforms

Available 30-day free trial with a clear commission structure

😢 Cons:

Setting up multi-level commission rates may be challenging for new users.

The response time from customer assistance is occasionally slow.

💰 Pricing

Starts at $49 per month

6. Referral Rock

Referral Rock enables you to fully automate the referral marketing procedure. This can be accomplished by developing tailored campaigns that motivate client engagement through two-sided incentives, social media sharing, and other means.

This programme can be used by any kind of business, especially those that are just starting.

😍 Pros:

A user-friendly interface

quickly generates referrals for any type of business.

Navigational ease

😢 Cons:

Lesser customization options

Lower reporting standards, 


💰 Pricing

Starts at $200 for a basic plan

7. Revetize

😍 Pros:

Convenient and easy to use

Affordable for small businesses

Fantastic customer support, prompt contact, and quick bug remedies

The ability to customize your review requests

😢 Cons:

There are a few templates that are not available in the free trial.

💰 Pricing 

On quote

8. Amplifinity

Amplifinity, a referral marketing tool, is suitable for medium-sized to large organisations. If you’re looking for a tool that can manage multiple marketing campaigns simultaneously and is user-friendly for many individuals at once, this one is ideal.

Salesforce and Amplifinity are integrated, which automates the tracking and managing of referrals from acquisition through follow-up. The programme is acclaimed for its meticulous data collection and analyses.

😍 Pros:

Continuous guidance and support: Every customer is given a personal Success Manager to help them while using the software.

Flexible features allow for the creation of incentives tailored to each industry or client

😢 Cons:

Integration with Salesforce can take longer.

Not enough reviews were accessible for me to properly understand how the product worked.

💰 Pricing 

On Quote 

9. Geniusreferrals

Geniusreferrals is a fantastic referral marketing solution for any type of business, whether you require a conventional or internet marketing approach. They are a trusted brand that several companies use all over the world.

You can tailor a wide range of incentive types from Genuisreferrals, including single- and double-sided incentives, and set prizes, to your particular clientele and marketing initiatives. Using this tool, you can also Construct campaigns with numerous levels and tiers.

😍 Pros:

30-day free trial period

Individual affiliate coupons that are reasonably priced and have a great interface

😢 Cons: 

Installation might be difficult for new users, and BigCommerce integration requires the purchase of an SSL.

💰 Pricing: 

Starts at $49 per month for a basic plan

10. Viral Loops

Viral Loops is a prominent referral marketing tool that provides various templates to enhance your referral marketing efforts. Major referral marketing ideas and tactics from businesses like Amazon and Dropbox were used to build these templates.

The designs of the templates are really modern. With them, you can start competitions, referral marketing programmes, or social media sharing.

😍 Pros:

Several pre-made templates

Easy to implement

Rapid client response

Inspired by successful campaigns

😢 Cons:

A limited number of layouts and few customization possibilities

Utilizing takes time to learn.

💰 Pricing: 

$49 per month 

11. Invite Referrals

Despite being quite simple to use, Invite Referrals provides a detailed referral marketing strategy, tracking tools, and in-depth data. With it, you can start a number of campaigns to persuade customers and business partners to support your enterprise.

Everything you need is easily accessible thanks to the dashboard’s user-friendly interface.

😍 Pros:

Robust dashboard

Easy to put together and utilise, social Media-friendly

Detailed reports

😢 Cons:

Only the online version is available, and fewer participants and styles are allowed.

💰 Pricing: 

$79 per year for the Basic account,

$199 per year for Standard

12. Rex

😍 Pros:

😢 Cons:

Restricted campaign types 

More expensive than alternative possibilities

Basic reporting system

💰 Pricing:

 $240 per year/user

13. Post Affiliate Pro

Your entire affiliate marketing campaign can be managed by Post Affiliate Pro including referral marketing. It is a feature-rich tool. It includes a lot of features that increase your visibility and extend your referral audience.

You can create one or many campaigns while keeping detailed statistics on the results. PAP is designed to integrate with many systems rapidly as well.

😍 Pros: 

It is an effective instrument for referral marketing.

Different features that come with round-the-clock customer service

Very good value for the money

😢 Cons: 

Complicated to use for beginners and requires some technical knowledge 

💰 Pricing: 

Starts at $97 per month 

14. SAASquatch

SaaSquatch is a cloud-based referral marketing solution designed for SMBs who want to create a successful referral marketing platform. The companies with 10,000+ clients, Fortune 500 companies, unicorns, and B2B and B2C startups are the greatest candidates for this software. SaaSquatch can be a fantastic way to thank clients at every step of the business relationship, from acquisition to retention.

With SaaSquatch’s integrated analytical tools and user-friendly data handling and reporting options, you can track your referrals.

😍 Pros:

Manual customer segmentation

APIs for customer support that works well is highly transparent.

😢 Cons:

For small businesses, it offers only limited integration with other parties.

For people who have never utilized software before, it could be challenging.

It hardly offers any report customization

💰 Pricing: 

On Quote

15. Partner Stack

A powerful tool for connecting with partners and strengthening the bond with affiliates is Partner Stack, formerly GrowSumo.

Additionally, it helps you to build referral partner lists and grow your audience. You can modify your referral marketing campaigns to speak to the interests of a specific segment.

😍 Pros:

A simple setup procedure allows for the creation of distinctive campaigns and saves your affiliates and partners time. 

It also promotes the development of strong partnerships.

😢 Cons:

User interfaces with more complexity sometimes cost more money.

Fewer options for email customization

💰 Pricing:

$500 per month

16. Tapfiliate

Use this incredible cloud-based referral marketing software,  Tapfiliate to build up a referral or affiliate marketing network for your business.

You may start attracting affiliates right away by adding your unique tracking code to your website. This software allows you to send engaging connections through your affiliate network without becoming cumbersome.

😍 Pros:

😢 Cons:

It could be challenging to set up for novice users.

Mailchimp or other such tools needs to be utilized independently because there is no integrated newsletter feature.

💰 Pricing

From $69,00 to $149 per month

17. Yotpo

Through direct Consumer engagement, Yotpo’s referral marketing platform helps to accelerate brand growth. The one platform plan incorporates data-driven solutions for reviews, loyalty, SMS marketing, and other purposes. The company claims that Yotpo provides marketers with the resources they need to create client engagement programmes that are more effective and profitable. Google, Instagram, and the top e-commerce websites are just a few of the common apps and internet platforms that Yotpo integrates with.

😍 Pros: 

Integrates loyalty, review, and data-driven marketing solutions.

Yotpo enables businesses to create user experiences that are more beneficial and profitable.

😢 Cons:

It’s not always easy to set up a basic website.

💰 Pricing:


Growth: Starting at $19 / month

Prime: Starting at $59 / month

Premium, Enterprise: On Quote

18. Influitive

Businesses may use Influitive to build communities and invite customers to take part in activities like challenges, product reviews, social media posts, and more. As community members successfully complete these tailored challenges, which can be directed at groups or individuals, they automatically accrue points, badges, and levels to acquire professional incentives and privileges. To enable organisations to easily observe and report on all completed actions and the ROI of those activities, Influitive interfaces with the user’s CRM and marketing automation systems to help members explore the complete customer journey.

😍 Pros:

😢 Cons

Product change requests sometimes take some time to implement, leaving managers wondering when they will actually take effect.

Influentive doesn’t always heed the recommendations of its customers when it comes to implementing Community best practices among its own customer base.

💰 Pricing

Customer Advocacy: $1,499/month

Digital Community: On Quote

19. Open Loyalty 

Several loyalty-building components are available in the Open Loyalty Platform for Constructing customised loyalty programmes.

Thanks to an API-first approach and more than 50 pre-built loyalty mechanisms, the solution assists businesses in launching compelling referral marketing programmes with a distinctive user experience at any touchpoint (such as points, levels, prizes, vouchers, and referrals).

Open Loyalty delivers elastic loyalty programme tools to give users the freedom to design, present a solution that is easier to combine with other systems and enable cost-effective scalability. Both on-premises and SaaS versions of Open Loyalty are available.

😍 Pros

It has a powerful API that enables adding points, actions, and rewards to any software.

It has extensive knowledge in the field of loyalty, therefore every unique situation has been taken into account.

It allows for the creation of loyalty programmes in a range of contexts, including those involving clients, staff, students, etc.

It provides a tried-and-true answer for each POS system on the market!

😢 Cons

Many users anticipate an e-commerce interface from Open Loyalty.

💰 Pricing

On Quote

20. Mention Me

More than 400 brands globally use Mention Me to power their referral marketing programmes, including Farfetch, Ted Baker, Feel Unique, Avis, and OVO Energy.

The programme includes “Name Sharing” for recording genuine conversations. When paired with other social sharing options, this generates up to 35% more referrals.

Marketers can make word-of-mouth a key marketing channel by using the platform’s AB testing features and a real-time dashboard to track outcomes.

😍 Pros

 It offers ease with which an A/B test can be executed.

It is an intuitive platform that is simple to use. To handle any issues, a crew is ready and waiting.

😢 Cons

Does not conduct many face-to-face meetings.

💰 Pricing

On Quote


The only thing left to do now that you have a list of the top referral marketing software tools available to you in order to assist you in expanding your brand is to get to work and begin promoting your company.


Q: Which four referral types are there?

A: Programs for Referrals: 4 Types of referrals every company needs: 

directly referred

implicit recommendations

actual recommendations.

community recommendations.

Q: How can my referral marketing be strengthened?

A: The top six referral marketing techniques

Understand when and how to request referrals. Referrals don’t just come in from nowhere.

Make your customers happy. Happy Consumers are essential to a referral programme.

Incentives for strategic referrals are offered.

Utilize social media.

Utilize your emails wisely.

Make referral marketing simple for individuals to give referrals.

Q: How effective are referral initiatives?

Q: What is a strategy for generating referrals?

A: A marketing strategy known as referral marketing uses recommendations and word-of-mouth to expand a company’s clientele through the networks of its current clients. At its core, referral marketing is a strategy for enlisting the support of your most ardent supporters in the promotion of your business.

Q: How to establish a referral marketing program?

A: To build an effective referral marketing strategy: 

Start with sample customer recommendation forms.

Set objectives.

Look into the referral sources for your company.

Analyze your business and select what is good for your business 

List potential sources for client referrals.

Select the platforms that will host your referral marketing programme.

Make a strategy for connecting.

20 Jobs Chatgpt 4 Will Replace & Are In Danger Authored By Gpt

Open AI has surprised everyone with its new multimodal language model, GPT-4. This model has enhanced the capabilities of ChatGPT and made it more powerful. However, the invention of this powerful tool has signalled that several jobs will end.

ChatGPT can perform various tasks much faster than humans. Besides, it’s cheaper than human employment. So, it’s anticipated that many companies may switch to AI-powered tools to replace their human force.

Though Open AI says that ChatGPT will cause no threat to human professions, the bot seems to have a different answer. GPT-4 itself has listed 20 jobs that it can disrupt. Let’s see which they are.

The impact of AI on the job market

Technology has been replacing humans for a long time. Nevertheless, the invention of robots and artificial intelligence is a concern for everyone since they have led to several powerful tools and machines. Eventually, taking away the jobs of several people.

According to a report, more than 1.7 million jobs have ended since 2000 due to AI. The number will keep increasing as more tools come into the market.

Despite the disruption of several jobs, AI will also generate opportunities for people. Job profiles like automation engineer, robotics engineer, machine learning expert, deep learning trainer, etc., will rise.

So, it won’t be wrong to say, “AI will take away some professions, but it will add new ones to the list.”

The rise of GPT-4 as a powerful AI tool

Open AI released its latest project, GPT-4, last week. It is a multimodal language model with impressive functionalities. GPT-4 replaces the older version of GPT-3.5.

Again, as many say: GPT-4 is the game changer. The tool can write an essay, debug codes, compose music, solve maths equations, etc., in a blink! Imagine ChatGPT will complete all these tasks with a human touch. What can be better?

GPT-4 supports voice search. So, you can command ChatGPT to perform a task using your voice. No need to type.

GPT-4 is linked with ChatGPT, and you can try it out if you are a ChatGPT Plus member.

The purpose of the article:

Now that you know the power of GPT-4, it’s time to talk about the main purpose of this article. This post is about jobs that may disrupt in the future due to GPT-4.

GPT-4 has features that may lure companies to use it instead of hiring humans. But which jobs can GPT-4 destroy? Read below for more information.

Irony of the article being written by GPT-4

Open AI’s CEO Sam Altman claims that GPT-4 and its other inventions won’t threaten human jobs. However, GPT-4 seems to have a different opinion.

Recently, a user tweeted on Twitter that when he asked GPT-4 which jobs it may disrupt, the tool gave a list immediately.

Further, the AI-bot ranked the list such that the easiest job to replace appeared on the top. It also named the human traits that it can replace in each job.

List of 20 Jobs ChatGPT 4 will replace

The top 20 positions that GPT-4 may replace in the future are as follows:

Customer service representative






Market research analyst

Social media manager

Appointment scheduler


Virtual assistant


News reporter

Travel agent


Technical support analyst

Email marketer

Content moderator


Positive aspects of AI replacing certain jobs

AI replacing human jobs is not a negative thing only. There is a second side to this. If AI replaces certain jobs, it can be beneficial to humans. Some positive factors of AI replacing manual jobs include:

Reduction in human errors

Faster task completion

Automation saves people from doing tedious work

Increases efficiency and productivity

Reduces monetary expenses

The need for a balanced approach to AI adoption

AI is not a threat to humans as long as its usage is limited. AI can and will be taken to the next level in the coming years. It can replace several manual tasks and increase automation in every sector. It is going to enter every sector soon.

However, AI won’t be a threat if its inventions are made with an approach to helping humans. Though AI will replace some jobs, it will create more employment opportunities. If we prepare ourselves, we can adapt to the changes AI will bring and see it as a positive change in the world.

Tools like ChatGPT have brought a different perspective to the world. They resemble the power of AI. You can predict how far AI can go with such inventions. But these inventions shouldn’t threaten humans. They are here to ease tasks and reduce manual efforts.

If companies consider the safety of humans and the environment while developing AI tools, these tools will bring immense opportunities. The tools developed should follow safety and regulatory standards.


That’s all about the jobs that GPT-4 may disrupt! The list can be much longer in the future. But as mentioned in this post, you shouldn’t worry. If AI takes away some jobs, it will bring new jobs to the market. Also, some jobs are irreplaceable by AI. Companies will use AI tools but require humans for certain jobs.

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