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Travel industry business models

Posted by on March 30, 2014 – 06:43 am

Travel industry business models

I don t have any info about websites or such. Perhaps you can find something on google. I read a while back that shortwave stations are closing because of the internet. Well, the internet isn t as ubiquitous as it appears to be. Many places don t even have telephones, and it you re camping out or trekking, hi-tech is worthless. I ve been out in the bush, and the shortwave radio is a godsend. I carry a supersmall 9-band Radio Shack analog unit that has long been out of production. It s about 15 years old but does the job, and runs off AA batteries…

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Business models software industry

Posted by on April 14, 2014 – 05:47 am

Business models software industry

Many if not most files on file sharing sites are stolen and unlawful to copy. Music files, for example, that are shared in violation of copyright laws hurt the musicians who do not get the royalties they are due. People who share music, software, photo and video files unlawfully hurt everybody, and in the end even themselves because unlawful sharing works toward putting their favoite bands, models and photographers, and software companies out of business. Although remote, downloaders do risk the chance of prosecution for copyright infringement…

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Business models publishing industry

Posted by on January 23, 2014 – 08:33 am

Business models publishing industry

On the front page of today s Wall Street Journal: The digital revolution sweeping the media world is rewriting the rules of the book industry, upending the established players which have dominated for decades. Electronic books are still in their infancy, comprising an estimated 3% to 5% of the market today. But they are fast accelerating the decline of physical books, forcing retailers, publishers, authors and agents to reinvent their business models or be painfully crippledBusiness models | Publishing Technology

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Business model Generation workshop

Posted by on January 20, 2014 – 08:37 am

Business model Generation workshop

This workshop is based on the book, Business Model Generation by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur and is applicable for new and existing mompreneur businesses. photo from Happening on May 10, 2014, Saturday, 830am to 12nn, this BusinessByDesign Workshop will help mompreneurs to view their businesses through a one-page framework that captures all the critical components of their business model. The venue is at The Crib, at Fun Ranch in Ortigas Pasig. Whether it is to create an entirely new model or review and revise an existing one, this framework…

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Business models and Theories

Posted by on April 23, 2014 – 06:12 am

Business models and Theories

Elongated sun are not easily explainable by the current nuke furnace theory (aka fiasco based upon measurable output of the sun ) This one is huge. If the Sun is a nuke reactor then the Corona has no business being there. It is fun and cute to equate it to man s nuke capabilities, but the sun is a whole nother matter. The Sun does not appear to be a working model of a fusion reactor as created by Man. Dr. Aspden is quite eloquent in his certainty that the sun is not a nuke furnace,15 Business Theories That Will Improve Your Life - Business…

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Business models hospitality industry

Posted by on May 2, 2014 – 11:02 am

Business models hospitality industry

Mr. Mourier Hotel Revolution and the Hospitality Industry s Business Model Evolution: Steam, Diesel or revPAR? Hospitality is one of the world s largest and oldest industries, with lodging as the most prominent segment. The product, i.e., the service delivered by hotels, motels and resorts, is very easily defined: shelter, a clean room and bed and perhaps a meal. This core concept and basic market demands haven t really changed since the medieval days of roadside inns, and it is this age-old simplicity which has been the hotel industry s greatest…

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Business model in hotel industry

Posted by on March 6, 2014 – 05:41 am

Business model in hotel industry

Wall Street Journal ^ | 17 Jaunary 2014 | Andy Kessler San Francisco s Radius Cafe is one of those places where local is the ruleall the food is sourced within a 100-mile radius of the restaurant. So it s a touch ironic to meet there with Brian Chesky, the hoodie-wearing 32-year-old co-founder of Airbnb, whose game plan is global. Airbnb is a Web service that lets travelers book couches, beds, rooms, houses, boats and even castles on a nightly basis. In six years Airbnb has become a company valued at $2.5 billion, with 500, properties available…

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Business models in home building industry

Posted by on March 16, 2014 – 06:23 am

Business models in home building industry

As healthcare systems begin to pay for outcomes rather than products, smart patient-centric services will play a key role in the race to capture value. The pharmaceutical and medical technology industries survived the recent financial crisis relatively unscathed, but they are being transformed nonetheless as healthcare systems switch their reimbursement model from paying for products or services to rewarding clinical and health-economics outcomes. The task the industries face—demonstrating value based on a product focus—is far from simple. For one…

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