Business model

Category: Business model

Razor and blade Model
Razor and blade Model is a business model in which the main body of the product is provided free of charge or at a low price, and accessories are continuously sold as consumables to maintain profits. This name is derived from the adoption by Gillette, ...
Freemium
Freemium is to provide basic services for free to acquire many customers, and to have some users purchase advanced features and easy-to-use paid versions to increase profits . Business model. Freemium is a coined word that combines "free" and "premium" created by American investor Fred ...
Franchise Model
A franchising or Franchise Model 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, collation, and management know-how, with the aim of developing multiple stores. It ...
No frills
No frills is a business model that eliminates extra services as much as possible , but does not reduce the quality of core services, and provides users with a reduced price as much as they are omitted. By narrowing down to the minimum necessary services, ...
Long Tail
The long tail is a business model that not only sells well-selling products, but also has a large number of dead-line products that hardly sell, and matches dead-line products with people who have their needs to increase sales. Until now, it has been thought that ...
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