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The Merchant Business Model

A merchant business model is probably the most well-known online model, and is demonstrated by businesses such as Amazon.com and play.com. Although Amazon started out selling just a few books (well 1 million actually) they soon grew once they started to offer more than books. 431 more words

Entrepreneurs And Start-Ups

The Freemium Business Model

In our third part of our series of blogs on business models, we review the freemium business model.

The freemium business model, is as the name suggests, free but only up to a point. 351 more words

Entrepreneurs And Start-Ups

The Subscription Business Model

In our series of blogs on the business models, our last blog post explored the concept of the brokerage business model; this time around we’re going to delve into the world of the subscription or membership business model. 344 more words

Entrepreneurs And Start-Ups

The Brokerage Business Model

Choosing a business model that suits you can be fairly challenging, but once you know what is involved with each one, you’ll be in a position to make an educated decision. 366 more words

Entrepreneurs And Start-Ups

Want To Achieve Your Business Goals? Communicate!

Investing time in people and involving everyone in both the preparation and delivery of business goals is critical in achieving a successful business plan.

Most businesses have two or more people involved in the business, this could be a husband and wife partnership, mother and father or son and daughter together, employer and employee, or two business who invest together in a joint venture. 302 more words

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Government help to get new businesses started

The New Enterprise Allowance can provide money and support to help people start their own business if they get certain benefits and have a business idea that could work. 167 more words

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