B2B What are the 9 B2B and 10 B2C Internet Startup Business Models?

What are the 9 B2B and 10 B2C Internet Startup Business Models?

(Please note, I’ve edited this post to modify which business models fit into which categories, the slides posted have not been changed because they were what was presented at the time) In 2012 I started a series of posts, talks and slides on Startup Internet Business Models. Those Slideshare posts have been viewed over 4,000 times. …

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B2B B2B Business Model – Productize a Service

B2B Business Model – Productize a Service

Thanks to the team at 9Mile Labs, a Seattle-based Accelerator, for letting me present last week on the seven (now eight) B2B business models. Yes, they helped me add one to the list! In the discussion and Q&A afterward, I realized I left off an obvious business model. In fact, it’s a model that I’ve really …

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B2B B2B Business Model – Subscription

B2B Business Model – Subscription

This is a series of posts on Business to Business (B2B) internet business models. If this is your first post, you may want to start with overview and presentation here. This post is designed to help you know how to determine your assumptions for  a Subscription business and financial model. Examples of B2B Subscription models: …

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B2B Eight B2B Business Models

Eight B2B Business Models

If you’ve followed my blog for any time, you’ve likely heard me talk about the 13 B2C business models that Steven Carpenter posted on the consumer models for internet companies. I’ve taken some time to assemble their equivalent B2B models here and have broken each of them down into separate blog posts with more detail. …

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B2C When Does a Bad Customer Experience Drive Revenue? CandyCrush

When Does a Bad Customer Experience Drive Revenue? CandyCrush

@DavidNilssen tweeted out a note last week about the gaming company, King, that is behind the game CandyCrush and why he didn’t get it. The tweet came after an announcement that the company was considering a US IPO and, in the process, disclosed their average daily revenues. @WAC6 You should review the risk factors in the …

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Business Model Why a Feature isn’t a Business

Why a Feature isn’t a Business

I’m a business model geek. That’s why it makes me crazy when founders talk about having multiple (many like five or six) revenue streams or only talking about their model when it is at scale. I know you have a vision for what your business can be in the future when you have 1M users. …

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Business Model Ideation Bootcamp – Week 3

Ideation Bootcamp – Week 3

NWEN – Founder Institute Ideation Bootcamp – Week 3 Justin Wilcox – Validating Your Idea NWEN Founder Institute Justin Wilcox Validating the Idea from Dave Parker Daniel Rossi – Finding Customers NWEN Founder Institute Week 3 Daniel Rossi Finding Customers from Dave Parker

Business Model The Mystery of Product Pricing

The Mystery of Product Pricing

Dealing with startups and financial models is one of the areas of discussion that always comes up in product pricing. What’s generally astounding is the lack of thought or time that has gone into the process. I know, I know,  you’re busy building a product and can’t be bothered by such triviality. But, when it’s …

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Business Model Comparing Business models to Sales Models

Comparing Business models to Sales Models

For startups entrepreneurs, there’s is often a blending together of business models and sales models. Here’s a way to think about it, for both tech and non tech companies. Business Models Business models include the purpose, strategy, competitive advantage, ecosystem (Partner and Channel) and of course the product or services. Too often we take these …

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