A business strategy is a deliberate vision to get toward a desired long-term goal. A business model is a great tool to execute a business strategy. Yet while achieving a long-term goal a business strategy set a vision, mission and value proposition that can be executed through several possible business models. When one of the … Continue reading What Is The Difference Between A Business Model And A Business Strategy?
The AI Ecosystem has generated a multi-billion dollar industry, and it all starts from data. Going upward in the value chain there are the Chips (GPUs) that allow the physical storing of Big Data (a dominant player is NVIDIA). That Big Data will need to be stored on platforms and infrastructures that SMEs can’t afford. … Continue reading AI Economy: How Do You Make Money With Machine Learning?
A Decacorn is a company valued at over $10 billion. The top ten Decacorn Companies as of January 2019, comprise Bytedance, Uber, Didi Chuxing, WeWork, Lu.com, Airbnb, SpaceX, Palantir Technologies, Stripe and JUUL Labs. With the rise of consumer technologies able to have worldwide traction, unicorns seem to be no longer the rule. In other … Continue reading What Is A Decacorn? The Era Of Decacorn Companies
I was reading an article about Business Model Scalability by Felix Hoffman, CEO of BMI Lab, with whom FourWeekMBA put together a list of business model patterns mostly used in business model innovation, and I stumbled upon an image from the Disney Archives that left me speechless: 1957 Walt Disney Productions Archive This is a pure … Continue reading Lessons Of Business Model Design By Walt Disney
The whole web economy has been based for over two decades on the ability of people to click from one page to the next. The hyperlink, or what we today call simply links, are the things that connect pages around the web. When Google took over the web, it managed to make any page on … Continue reading How The Click Economy Is Evolving Based On Google’s CTRs
A Business Engineer is a hybrid between a business administration and technology expert, a person with the business acumen and engineering abilities to understand a complex organization and devise solutions and work as a liaison between commercial and technical teams. A glance at the Business Engineering world At its core, a business engineer is a … Continue reading What Is A Business Engineer? The Rise Of Business Engineering
A Phoenix company is an organization that managed to survive and it thrived for over two hundred years. Opposite to the concept of Unicorn, a company that managed to overgrow and gain traction to become valuable in the short-term. A Phoenix Company is all about the long-term. Unicorn Company vs. Phoenix Company In the last … Continue reading What Is A Phoenix Company?
In this article, we cover the Business Model Navigator Methodology, which in my opinion is among the most effective ways to craft a business model. The BMI Lab gave us the opportunity to feature all the Business Model Navigator Patterns identified by the research of Oliver Gassmann, Karolin Frankenberger, and Michaela Csik. All the materials and resources … Continue reading The 60 Patterns To Use For Business Model Generation [Infographic]
According to Pether Thiel, former CEO of PayPal and founder of the software company, Palantir, there are seven questions to answer if you want to create a company that will go from Zero to One. Those questions are critical to building a business which will be able to capture value in the long run. In … Continue reading How to Build a Great Business Plan According to Peter Thiel
A Startup Unicorn is a company that has passed the billion dollars mark of valuation. Based on CB Insights research on Startup Unicorns. Variants of Unicorns include a Decacorn, made of companies valued at over $10 billion. And a Hectocorn, made of companies valued at over $100 billion. Top ten unicorns in 2019 The top … Continue reading What Is A Unicorn Company? The Top 25+ Unicorns Business Models For 2019
On this blog, I’ve already covered and talked about voice search and why I think is critical to Google future strategy. Let me start by a couple of moves Google has made which show – I argue – how much the company is betting on voice search. For instance, in 2018, Google invested in San Diego-based … Continue reading An Essay: My Notes On Voice Search
Google has changed a lot in the last decade. It is now way more a semantic engine than it was back than. What has changed? Let’s get started from a key algorithm change: RankBrain. What is RankBrain why it matters? Google RankBrain is a machine-learning system integrated within a Google algorithm update called Hummingbird. This … Continue reading SEO Guide: How To Grow Your Blog With SEO
Following a comparison between Apple and Google business models that looks at the financial metrics of both companies to understand how they differ from the business strategy standpoint. Apple business model in numbers Apple business model is based on the sales of its products. In fact, as of 2017, the iPhone is the most sold … Continue reading Apple vs. Google Business Models In A Nutshell
According to Joel Monegro, a former analyst at USV (a venture capital firm) the blockchain implies value creation in its protocols. Where the web has allowed the value to be captured at the applications layer (take Facebook, Twitter, Google, and many others). In a Blockchain Economy, this value might be captured by the protocols at … Continue reading Blockchain Economics 101: The Theories Of Value In A World Driven By The Blockchain
Pat Flynn, creator of Smart Passive Income makes money by affiliate marketing, book sales, and course sales. He has also built niche sites that generate passive revenue streams. Additional income comes from podcast sponsorships, software, and apps. The smart passive income model purpose is to automate revenue generation. What is Smart Passive Income? Pat Flynn … Continue reading How Does Pat Flynn Make Money? The Smart Passive Income Business Model Explained
Back in 2015, I was a financial analyst. Yet I was bored of the 9-5 work life as an employee and I wanted to break free. After reading a few marketing books, I realized that the fastest and most effective way for me to make money was to do it online. In fact, by creating … Continue reading How To Find A Course Idea And Make Money On Udemy
How do you build an effective company? For effective, I mean a company able to grow quickly, gain traction, have a strong brand while becoming financially viable in a relatively short time frame. With that question in mind, I’ve studied hundreds of companies and looked at several frameworks and toolbox for entrepreneurs. I’ve come to the … Continue reading Business Model Framework To Build A Solid Company
The key components of any business model are: A compelling value proposition: How do you want your people to think about your brand? A unique brand positioning: What do you offer to your people that make them want more? A 10x goal setting: Can you offer a 10X better product or service? (compared to existing solutions) Customer segments: Who … Continue reading What Are The Key Components Of Any Business Model?
Some of the key strategies to take advantage of Amazon’s platform are about understanding customers’ needs, using testimonials and reviews, improve product variety while offering competitive pricing. While price and variety matters, it also matters to differentiate your offering compared to existing players. The strength of the Amazon ecosystem Whether you love, hate, or feel … Continue reading Model After The Strategies Used By Amazon To Get Traction Over Your Own Store
As more startup are springing up on Blockchain technologies, it is normal to see the proliferation of Blockchain protocols that promise to disrupt any industry. Just like when the web started to become mainstream, thanks to technologies like search engines. We saw the birth of many search engines that made the search market fragmented; up … Continue reading Do Blockchain Business Models Imply A New Business Playbook?