Very interesting post. The patient-doctor relationship is very specific, but it might be reshaped by technology. My doubts concern mainly the articulation value capture model. Are “flat fee per consultations” the right way to value medical expertise? Will this platform attract only low-quality doctors?
Thanks for sharing. It is very interesting how this platform certificates “flight” skills, creating standards for pilots. It will be interesting to see how incumbents in the logistic sector will react to this kind of “indirect regulation” of the drones pilots market.
Thanks for this interesting piece. I think this platform provides also an indirect value for citizens, reducing the fashion environmental impact – or it does its share in this direction at least.
What is not clear to me here is how the volume of stock will evolve, since ratio inbound/outbound seems very low, isn’t it? If ThreadUP collects garments before they have been sold, I’m inclined to believe the stock continuously grows. Is this increasing the complexity of the matching system? How many clothes need to be dismissed to safeguard platform’s operations? Is this a limit to scale?