Conspiracy Theory or Business Model Strategy?
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About This Episode
Your business model is your company’s core strategy for profitable business. Some companies spend billions of dollars enticing people to buy their goods and services – it’s calculated and perfectly timed. Some would even say it borders on conspiracy. In this week’s episode, Jeff Kahler takes a look at this business model and explains how it compels you to spend money over and over again – as if you’ve entered the twilight zone. Intrigued? Take a listen and then send us your thoughts.
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