Given the digitalization wave and intensified competitions from e-commerce players, Chinese’ Choice of Convenience Store —— 7-Eleven is reevaluating its strategy and relevant implications on supply chain.
Meet Plexure, the ‘Internet of Things’ advertising consultancy
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ASOS closely follows pop culture through social media and is obsessed with understanding their customers’ hobbies, Facebook “likes,” and daydreams. By tapping into their consumers’ digital world, they create value by quickly producing fashion that fits into both their everyday and aspirational lives.
How does a simple online matching service become valued higher than hotel giant Marriott, a long-established hotel giant that owns over 4,000 physical properties, in just under 8 years? The secret is in its disruptive genius business model – designed so that Airbnb can make money by merely facilitating transactions, no risks and no costs associated with owning actual properties.
Combining the ease and efficiency of e-commerce with the taste and trust of a traditional auction house.
When a health care company resembles much more a factory or a big data firm
Topgolf circumvents the declining trend of the golf industry by effectively aligning its business and operating models.
Launched 30 years ago, the Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair disrupted the European airline industry and started the low-cost revolution in Europe. Ryanair is now Europe’s largest airline with more than 90 million passengers per year and shows record profits of […]
Nitori, the largest furniture company, has recorded 26 years consecutive increase in its operating profit. Its operating model has supported the low-price strategy and the proposed concept of “Total Coordination”.