Evaluating Your Business Model
A new post on the Blog of the Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation noted that large companies tend to consider new products and services through the lens of their current business model. For projects that align well with the current business model, this works well. Venture Capitalists do not have a dominant business model, because they don’t make anything (except investments). This frees them to evaluate new technology projects from a business-model-agnostic point of view. When supporting the success of their individual portfolio companies, VCs conceive a diverse set of models and ultimately adopt one that aligns the venture’s capabilities with the market’s demand.
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