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10 Business Models That Rocked 2010

January 7th, 2011 01:21 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

I’ve caught on to this SlideShare presentation fairly late, so there’s a chance you’ve already seen it (it’s garnered nearly 50,000 views so far), but it’s definitely worth sharing here. The presentation was made by Nick De Mey from Board of Innovation, which does a phenomenal job analyzing and visualizing business models in a wide range of industries.

For an example, check their recent look at Newsgrape, a startup I’m personally very curious about. The Board of Innovation blog is well worth subscribing to.

Featured in the presentation of the 10 business models that rocked 2010, at least according to De Mey, are Groupon, Flattr, Spotify and Airbnb, among others.

The presentation is best viewed in full screen.

Do you agree with this list? Any you would remove / add?

Source: 10 Business Models That Rocked 2010

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