Could DON Online platform version 2 be the next LinkedIn for the ultra rich?

In 2014 we decided to launch DON and from the get-go, we pinned our hopes on this amazing online platform that would change the game for HNW & UHNW individuals and brands.

Six years later our view has somewhat changed but then again it is only our view, but we do have some skin in the game as since 2014 we have worked with Billionaires, Sports Stars, Lords, and many private banks and this is my conclusion.


Today we have an active Application ( version 1 ) for our members and, to be honest, usage is sporadic because firstly HNW & UHNW like real account/business development managers who are on call to assist and make them feel special. If the account management is done well the user will login to whatever you suggest.


I think we also have to be careful not to get carried away with this let us 'digitalize everything in the HNW & UHNW space'.


At DON we have opted for a strong but human style of account/business development management supported by a basic Application and so far so good.


In 2020 we are now ready to build a real game-changer version two online platform for HNW & UHNW Individuals and brands.


"World Ultra Wealth Report" analyzed the state of the world's ultra-high net worth (UHNW) population or those with $30m or more in net worth. The number of UHNW individuals globally grew by 3.5% to 226,450 individuals.


The world's UHNWI population – those with a net worth of US$30 million or more – rose by 6.4% in the 12 months to January 2020, according to Knight Frank's Global Wealth Sizing Model. This places the total number of UHNWIs globally at 513,244 as of the end of 2019


The DON brand was built on the back of LinkedIn so we know this platform very well hence in version two we are creating a platform similar to LinkedIn but totally different.


Our market is HNW & UHNW Individuals and brands but a key focus on their opportunities and services.


Watch this space as DON is coming to change the game and we have a lot of friends with us already.


June 13, 2016 — Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) and LinkedIn Corporation (NYSE: LNKD) on Monday announced they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Microsoft will acquire LinkedIn for $196 per share in an all-cash transaction valued at $26.2 billion, inclusive of LinkedIn's net cash.


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