A business model is defined as the organization of product, service and information flows, and the source of revenues and benefits for suppliers and customers. It is the method of doing business by which a company can sustain itself and generate revenue.

Business Model for E-Commerce - E-Business

In this “Business Model for E-Commerce - E-Business” you will learn about following topics:

  1. Business Model
  2. Type of E-Commerce/E-Business Model
  3. E-Business Model Based On the Relationship of Transaction Parties
  4. Business - To - Business (B2B)
  5. Business – To – Consumer (B2C)
  6. Consumer – To – Consumer (C2C)
  7. Consumer – To – Business (C2B)
  8. Business – To – Government (B2G)
  9. Government - To – Business (G2B)
  10. Government - To – Citizen (G2C)
  11. Difference between B2B and B2C
  12. Advantages of B2B and B2C Business Models
  13. E-Business Model Based On the Relationship of Transaction Types
  14. Brokerage Model
  15. Price Discovery Mechanism
  16. Auction
  17. Types of Auction
  18. Reverse Auction
  19. Market Exchange
  20. Aggregator Model
  21. Info-Mediary Model
  22. Community Model
  23. Value Chain Model
  24. Subscription Model
  25. Affiliate Model
  26. Manufacturer Model
  27. Advertising Model
  28. Classification By Revenue Model
  29. Classification By Distribution Channel




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