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A design for the successful operation of a business, identifying revenue sources, customer base, products, and details of financing.‘many of the free sites have either shifted their business model or have gone out of business completely’
- ‘That's because the cell phone industry has figured out a business model that works.’
- ‘He later expanded the same business model to Manila as a base for South East Asia.’
- ‘It is clearly one of the leaders in its field but the business model on which it was based just didn't cut the mustard.’
- ‘This business model may not scale well, but you don't need to be a big success to make a nice pot of money.’
- ‘The key priority for his business is sourcing, adding a layer of complexity to the business model.’
- ‘They love the business model, and they want to get in for whatever price they can.’
- ‘The company means to help customers react to spikes in demand or a changing business model with a bit more ease.’
- ‘Another key question for operators is which business model to adopt for broadcast.’
- ‘We want to be profitable and we have proved that our business model is real, scaleable and successful.’
- ‘Analysts said the City would watch closely to see which business model worked out better.’
- ‘The biggest single issue for this business model is the trust of prospective buyers.’
- ‘The traditional business model in scientific journal publishing is based on subscription charges to readers.’
- ‘The content industry needs to take a step back and see the bigger picture to find a new business model.’
- ‘The franchising business model has flourished in Ireland over the last decade.’
- ‘This might be a business model for a broking house, but it is not a banking plan.’
- ‘The company is changing its business model away from reliance on revenue sharing.’
- ‘The software industry seems to think the tobacco industry business model is a good one.’
- ‘It's not easy to discern a business model when hard information is difficult to come by.’
- ‘I needed to come up with a business model that continued to make me money, and so do musicians.’
- ‘For two generations now the business model in music has revolved around the album.’
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