Business Models and Technological Innovation

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Baden-Fuller, Charles; Haefliger, Stefan;

Business models are fundamentally linked with technological innovation, yet the business model construct is essentially separable from technology. We define the business model as a system that solves the problem of identifying who is (or are) the customer(s), engaging w... View more
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