The PayPal business model is a fintech, and also a classic two-sided platform. On one side, there are merchants, the businesses that use PayPal services in order to make financial transactions, with security and trust. On the other side, there the consumers, the users, mostly individuals, who will make payments through the platform, inside the […]
Glassdoor is an online platform where employees can, anonymously, rate and review the companies in which they work – or have worked. At the same time, employers may advertise their job listings on the website. So, it is fair to say that Glassdoor business model is kind of a marketplace for human resources. You may […]
The Khan Academy business model is a non-profit educational organization, that has built “just” the largest school in the world, available in over 190 countries and already visited by more than 50 million students, since its foundation.
Nike Business Model is based on producing and selling athletic and sports products, including footwear, clothing, equipment – and also some services. Everything under one if the most famous brands in the world. Let’s take a closer look at how and why Nike company has become so relevant in the business world.
The GitHub Business Model mixes both Freemium and Software-as-a-Service business model, meaning that it offers a software license in cloud infrastructure and charges its users a monthly subscription. First things first: if you are not a developer – and have no contact with the coding world –, you may not be familiar with the name GitHub. […]