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Business Model Design in an Ecosystem Context

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The June 2013 paper on 'Business Model Design in an Ecosystem Context' by Claire Weiller and Andy Neely
Business Model Design in an Ecosystem Context

June 2013 Paper


Radically different business models can co-exist in immature ecosystems, but the business model can evolve leading to completely different applications from those originally envisaged. As the ecosystem and businesses develop, there is a shakeout in the businesses and products offered. The paper compares various approaches to services for recharging eco-friendly electric vehicles currently offered around the world.

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