Groupon uses mobile for future growth

MWC: Over a quarter of the group-buying site’s US sales come via mobile.

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Mobile World Congress: Groupon intends to put mobile at the centre of its growth strategy, including possible further acquisitions, as it sees over a quarter of its US sales performed on mobile devices. Read the full story here.

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