10 Business Models That Rocked 2010

Thought it was interesting to see the new models of businesses that are slowly changing the way we view… well, Business2.0.

I was particularly struck by how “privacy is dead” and how that opens up new opportunities for business (the PatientsLikeMe.com model) – it really blows the mind. Think about it: people willingly divulge their own patient records (the secrecy of which remains a cornerstone of ethical behavior in the medical profession). Personally speaking, I think this is a transitory phase before we reach the end of the pendulum swing and face a backlash (in fact, on Facebook there seems to be a backlash!).

Anyway, here are the 10 models for your consideration:

5 Steps To Developing A Client-Centred Business Model

Pam Slim, of Escape from Cubicle Nation fame, shares 5 steps on how she develops a game-changing client-centred natural business model. Great stuff – but, as they say, the devil’s in the details. Thanks for this, Pam – I’m taking a crack at it to see how this might work for me…

So how do you tie the needs of your market and their natural path together in a business model?

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