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Good stuff, It might just work, although it seems easier when you have a plan.
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Thanks for this summary. It is very useful. But what is the incentive for industrials to take that holistic view on business models?

hey really very good examples of Multi-Sided Business Models. :) it will really help me with my management class too.

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