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Add-on
Add-on is mechanisms for generating revenue from “additional sales” of certain products and services . For example, in the standard in-flight services of Japanese airlines such as "JAL" and "ANA", ...
BTO
BTO is an abbreviation of "Build To Order", which is a manufacturing industry that carries out "make-to-order manufacturing" in which products are prepared in the state of parts so that ...
C2C
C2C is an abbreviation of (Consumer To Consumer), which is a business model that mediates the buying and selling of products and the sharing of information between consumers and individual ...
Direct selling
Direct selling is a business model in which the manufacturer's company sells the product directly to the customer without the intervention of a wholesaler . Traditional companies that sell products ...
Economies of scale
Economies of scale means that if production scale is expanded, the average production cost per unit of product will decrease as the production volume increases. Therefore, it is widely used ...
フランチャイズチェーン
A franchise is a company that has excellent products and services, and provides people and businesses aiming to open independently with the right to sell their products and services, trademarks, ...
Growth–share matrix
Growth–share matrix, or product portfolio matrix, evaluates the attractiveness of a business and the competitiveness of the company for each business, distinguishes between businesses that generate cash and businesses that ...
Incentive
Incentives are motivations and motivations that change employee decision-making and behavior, and are typically monetary compensation. However, monetary compensation is not the only incentive, and as will be described later, ...
Lean canvas
Lean Startup is one of the methodologies for increasing the success rate of entrepreneurship and new business development. As a specific example, we emphasize repeating business hypothesis testing quickly without ...
MTO
MTO is an abbreviation of "Make To Order", which is a business model of manufacturing after receiving an order from a customer . A typical example is a supplier company ...
Network effect
Network effect means that the size and frequency of use of a user affects the utility value of the product or service . For example, if you ask "Why are ...
OEM
OEM is a business model that outsources the manufacture of products to other companies and sells the products under their own brand . Many PB products (Private Brand products) sold ...
Personalization
Personalization is a business model that provides products and information that are valuable to each and every customer. It can be said that it is a business model that is ...
Revenue sharing
Revenue sharing is a profit model in which companies cooperate to do business and distribute profits among companies according to a predetermined distribution rate. Revenue share has been widely used ...
Subscription business model
The Subscription business model is a revenue model that asks customers to pay a fixed fee according to a period such as "monthly fee" and continuously provides services. Subscriptions to ...
Vertical integration
Vertical integration is a business model in which all processes in the supply chain from product research and development to manufacturing and sales are carried out within the company group ...
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