The wholesale business model is one of the most traditional business models in the business-to-business segment. In a typical product supply chain, the goods flow from raw material suppliers to manufacturers, then to distributors and/or wholesalers, after that to retailers and, finally, they get to the end customers. Each of these parties stands for a […]
In the Direct Sales Business Model, the product or service is demonstrated directly to the end consumer by a network of sales representatives (or sales consultants). Different from traditional retail, where products are sold to distributors and stores before they get to the end customer, the Direct Sales business model is not exactly direct per se but […]
If the Internet has changed the way we communicate, watch TV and listen to music, the same is so true about the way we do business. Products, services, and business models, which we could have never thought of before, have been coming out every day. And that is especially giving rise to the peer-to-peer business […]
The aggregator business model has come to disrupt every industry. This model, frequently confused with other kinds of platforms, usually involves organizing, under one brand, a very populated sector, such as taxis, hotels, travel, groceries, food, and more.
The Razor and Blade Business Model – also known as the bait and hook business model – is a very well established and famous business model around the world. Companies like Gillette, HP, Nespresso, and many others have been successfully using it.