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BUSINESS MODELS



B2B (Business-to-Business): A business model in which a company sells products or services to other businesses.


B2C (Business-to-Consumer): A business model in which a company sells products or services directly to consumers.


C2C (Consumer-to-Consumer): A business model in which consumers sell products or services to other consumers, often through online platforms such as eBay or Etsy.


D2C (Direct-to-Consumer): A business model in which a company sells products or services directly to consumers, often through its own website or retail stores.


SaaS (Software as a Service): A business model in which a company provides access to software on a subscription basis, often through the cloud.


Freemium: A business model in which a company offers a basic product or service for free, with the option to upgrade to a premium version for a fee.


Subscription: A business model in which a company charges a recurring fee for access to a product or service.


Affiliate marketing: A business model in which a company pays commissions to individuals or organizations for promoting its products or services.


Dropshipping: A business model in which a company sells products that are manufactured and shipped directly to customers by a third party.


Franchising: A business model in which a company licenses its brand and business model to franchisees, who operate their own businesses using the company's systems and support.


Licensing: A business model in which a company grants permission to use its intellectual property, such as trademarks or patents, in exchange for a fee.


Wholesale: A business model in which a company sells products in bulk to other businesses, which then resell the products to consumers.


Retail: A business model in which a company sells products or services directly to consumers through retail stores or online.


Manufacturing: A business model in which a company produces products, either for its own use or for sale to other businesses or consumers.


E-commerce: A business model in which a company sells products or services online.


Marketplace: A business model in which a company operates an online platform for buyers and sellers to transact with each other.


Subscription box: A business model in which a company sends a curated selection of products on a recurring basis to subscribers.


Peer-to-peer lending: A business model in which individuals lend money directly to other individuals or small businesses through an online platform.


Crowdfunding: A business model in which a company raises small amounts of money from a large number of people, often through an online platform, in exchange for rewards or equity.

Sharing economy: A business model in which individuals or companies use technology to share resources, such as cars or homes, with others on a short-term basis.

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