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Canva is a graphic design platform renown for its simplicity and the fact that it is freely accessible to users. The platform follows a freemium model, where users are prompted to subscribe (Canva Pro) to get more features at $12.99/month. Other plans comprise Canva Enterprise ($30/month). Other services are Canva Print (allowing consumers to print […] The post How Does Canva Make Money? Canva Business Model In A Nutshell appeared first on FourWeekMBA.
How Does Canva Make Money? Canva Business Model In A Nutshell
Canva is a graphic design platform renown for its simplicity and the fact that it is freely accessible to users. The platform follows a freemium model, where users are prompted to subscribe (Canva Pro) to get more features at $12.99/month. Other plans comprise Canva Enterprise ($30/month). Other services are Canva Print (allowing consumers to print […] The post How Does Canva Make Money? Canva Business Model In A Nutshell appeared first on FourWeekMBA.
An organizational structure allows companies to shape their business model according to several criteria (like products, segments, geography, and so on) that would enable information to flow through the organizational layers for better decision-making, cultural development, and goal alignment across employees, managers, and executives.   Type Description Example Functional Structure Organizes employees based on their […] The post Organizational Structure: The Complete Guide To Organizat...
Organizational Structure: The Complete Guide To Organizational Structures
An organizational structure allows companies to shape their business model according to several criteria (like products, segments, geography, and so on) that would enable information to flow through the organizational layers for better decision-making, cultural development, and goal alignment across employees, managers, and executives. Type Description Example Functional Structure Organizes employees based on their […] The post Organizational Structure: The Complete Guide To Organizat...
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How Does Warby Parker Make Money? Warby Parker Business Model In A Nutshell
Warby Parker is a prescription and sunglasses retail company, which focuses on vertical integration to enhance the customer experience by owning the optical laboratories where lenses are developed, and by owning both physical and online stores to enable customers to choose from a variety of products. Warby Parker leverages programs like the Home-Try-On program and […] The post How Does Warby Parker Make Money? Warby Parker Business Model In A Nutshell appeared first on FourWeekMBA.
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How Does WhatsApp Make Money? Why WhatsApp Will Become A Super App
Founded in 2009 by Brian Acton and Jan Koum WhatsApp is a messaging app acquired by Facebook in 2014 for $19B. In 2018 WhatsApp rolled out customer interaction services. WhatsApp might be transitioning toward a set of features from video chats to social commerce that might transform WhatsApp into a Super App. WhatsApp origin story […] The post How Does WhatsApp Make Money? Why WhatsApp Will Become A Super App appeared first on FourWeekMBA.
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How Does Substack Make Money? The Substack Business Model In A Nutshell
Origin story Substack is an American online publishing platform that was created by Chris Best, Hamish McKenzie, and Jairaj Sethi in 2017. Substack provides publishing analytics and design infrastructure enabling writers to send newsletters to paying subscribers. McKenzie and Best became friends while working at messaging app company Kik, with McKenzie working part-time in communications […] The post How Does Substack Make Money? The Substack Business Model In A Nutshell appeared first ...
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How Does Spotify Make Money? Spotify Freemium Business Model Analysis
Spotify is a two-sided marketplace, running a free ad-supported service and a paid membership. Founded in 2008 with the belief that music should be universally accessible, it generated €13.25 billion in 2023. Of these revenues, 87.3%, or €11.56 billion, came from premium memberships, while over 12.6%, or €1.68 billion, came from ad-supported members. By 2023, […] The post How Does Spotify Make Money? Spotify Freemium Business Model Analysis appeared first on FourWeekMBA.
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How Does DuckDuckGo Make Money? DuckDuckGo Business Model Analysis
DuckDuckGo makes money in two simple ways: Advertising and Affiliate Marketing. Advertising is shown based on the keywords typed into the search box. Affiliate revenues come from Amazon and eBay affiliate programs. When users buy – after getting on those sites through DuckDuckGo – the company collects a small commission. Business Model Element Analysis Implications Examples Value Proposition DuckDuckGo’s […] The post How Does DuckDuckGo Make Money? DuckDuckGo Business ...
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Wilson law
Wilson’s Law, also known as the Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) model, was developed by Ford W. Harris in 1913 and later popularized by R.H. Wilson. It is a formula used to determine the optimal order quantity that minimizes the total inventory costs, which include ordering costs and holding costs. Key Characteristics of Wilson’s Law Importance […] The post Wilson law appeared first on FourWeekMBA.
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Cost-Push Inflation
Cost-push inflation, driven by rising production costs and supply disruptions, reduces consumers’ purchasing power. Central banks may raise interest rates to combat it, potentially leading to economic slowdowns. Mitigation strategies include diversifying supply chains and improving labor productivity. Oil price shocks and commodity shortages are historical examples of cost-push inflation. What is Cost-Push Inflation? Cost-push […] The post Cost-Push Inflation appeared first on Fo...
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Herd Behavior
Herd Behavior is a social phenomenon where individuals mimic the actions of a larger group, often resulting in irrational decisions. It’s driven by social influence and the desire to reduce uncertainty. This behavior can lead to asset bubbles and significant economic impacts. It’s a central concept in behavioral economics, with real-world examples seen in stock […] The post Herd Behavior appeared first on FourWeekMBA.
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Ichimoku Cloud
The Ichimoku Cloud is a complex technical analysis tool used in finance. Its components include moving averages and shaded areas, providing insights into trends, support, and resistance. While powerful, it can be complex and is not foolproof, but it finds application in forex and stock trading strategies, aiding risk management. What is the Ichimoku Cloud? […] The post Ichimoku Cloud appeared first on FourWeekMBA.
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Demand-Pull Inflation
Demand-Pull Inflation is characterized by increased demand exceeding supply, often driven by loose monetary and fiscal policies. This leads to rising consumer prices and economic uncertainty. Mitigation strategies include tightening monetary policy and fiscal restraint. Historical examples include post-World War II economic growth and the mid-2000s housing bubble. What is Demand-Pull Inflation? Demand-pull inflation occurs […] The post Demand-Pull Inflation appeared first on FourWeekMBA.
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Population Ecology
Population Ecology is a theoretical framework in the field of organizational studies that draws inspiration from biological ecology. It explores how organizations interact within their environments, compete for resources, and adapt to changes over time. Developed in the 1970s, Population Ecology offers valuable insights into the dynamics of organizational birth, growth, decline, and mortality. What […] The post Population Ecology appeared first on FourWeekMBA.
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Affective Commitment
Affective Commitment, as a component of organizational commitment, is characterized by an employee’s emotional connection and identification with their organization. It goes beyond mere compliance with job duties and reflects a strong desire to remain with the organization, contribute positively, and invest in its success. Key features of Affective Commitment include: What is Affective Commitment? […] The post Affective Commitment appeared first on FourWeekMBA.
Normative Commitment represents an employee’s commitment to an organization based on a feeling of moral and ethical obligation. Unlike other forms of commitment, which may be driven by personal attachment or perceived benefits, Normative Commitment is rooted in the belief that it is ethically correct to remain loyal to the organization. Key features of Normative […] The post Normative Commitment appeared first on FourWeekMBA. Feelings, Ethics, Morals, Beliefs, Attachment, Loyal
Normative Commitment
Normative Commitment represents an employee’s commitment to an organization based on a feeling of moral and ethical obligation. Unlike other forms of commitment, which may be driven by personal attachment or perceived benefits, Normative Commitment is rooted in the belief that it is ethically correct to remain loyal to the organization. Key features of Normative […] The post Normative Commitment appeared first on FourWeekMBA.