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Business Models: Networking, Innovating and Globalizing

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Business Models: Networking, Innovating and Globalizing
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788740301793
Number of pages: 205

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The field of business models is about to become a core management discipline alongside accounting, finance, organization etc. This book emphasizes how three major tendencies in business - networking, innovating and globalizing - are achieved through a business model perspective and how business models and profitability to greater extent become intertwined.

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