By Ashi Gupta

Increasing efficiency with the power of the crowd

The term “crowdsourcing” is a combination of the words “outsourcing” and “crowd”. Basically, tasks are delegated to a sizable number of people who share similar interests, skills, and abilities rather than to an individual or specific company. Crowdsource business…


-Powerful Tool For Growth

By Anoushka Das

The subscription-based business model is a business model that charges customers a recurring fee — typically monthly or yearly — to access a product or service. It helps you capitalize on the compounding value of customer relationships. That means that as long as…


By Pankaj Gupta

Businesses are constantly searching for new ways to acquire new customers while also keeping costs down. Unfortunately, these two goals usually have an inverse relationship: It’s difficult to acquire more customers without spending more money. Consumers like to know what value they’re getting before making a purchase…


By Krishna Choudhary

The Sharing Economy

A peer-to-peer (P2P) economy is a commercial or economic model that is also referred to as the sharing economy. By pooling human and physical capital, this model makes it easier for buyers and sellers to conduct business. This involves the consumption of goods and…


By N.Krithika

Accelerating its way through the extensive track of sustainable transportation, Tesla Motors has surpassed the top automobile manufacturers in the competition and has clinched the title of the most valuable car manufacturer in the world. The expeditious growth of Tesla is a testament to the fact that automotive…


By Arnav Garg

The Razor Blade Model is a type of business model wherein companies utilize the inter-dependence of multiple components of a product to maximize profit. A boiled-down implementation of such a model requires the deployment of a basic item at break-even cost, or sometimes even at a loss…


By Piyush Jain

Food accessibility is the bare minimum necessity for every individual including the ones with upper arm movement disability. Innovations like EatQual provide the scope of making eating so much easier for them. On the occasion of International Day of Person with Disabilities, the fast-food chain has done…


By Anoushka Das

As more and more companies find their purpose and innovate around ways to use business as a force for good, one of the most under-reported success stories has to be that of Adidas and their collaboration with the pioneering non-profit Parley for the Oceans to tackle the…


By Kamal Patro

As the lockdowns have become stricter with every passing month in the UK and Rest of Europe, it has taken its toll on small eateries and local restaurants some of which are on the verge of shutting down.

Looking at the extremity of the issue, the fast-food…


By Rajan Yadav

Founded in 2010, Warby Parker has disrupted the premium eyewear industry, a $13B segment of the $36B global frames and sunglasses market. One conglomerate — Luxottica — dominates the segment, with ~$8.5B of annual revenue at a 20% operating margin, and control of many of the world’s…

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