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Download all icons in different digital formats. This package includes all 16 icons, compatible with Powerpoint, Keynote, Adobe PDF/ Illustrator & Omnigraffle. (Includes 30 different business model examples)

When you are designing new business models, it’s extremely inspiring to learn from successful and failed business model patterns. 80% of our creative ideas come from analogy thinking! We have defined a common, visual language to present business model types with 16 building blocks. Read the tutorial .
This common language enables you to easily communicate business models to different audiences, and to quickly generate new variations and revenue models of the future. Browse through the business model database, and find inspiration to develop your own monetization model.

Business & revenue models to copy:

Example 1: Zynga

Zynga is a social network game development company. The company develops browser-based games that work both stand-alone and as application widgets on social networking websites such as Facebook, Google+, Myspace, etc. Five of Zynga’s games (CityVille, Castleville, Zynga Poker, Farmville and Empires & Allies) are among the most widely used game applications on Facebook.

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Nespresso business model image

Example 2: Nespresso

With their special club system, they built an experience model around a commodity. The concept (machines, capsules, service) was subject to over 1700 patents, which protect Nespresso’s ownership until the first patent expired (2012). For many companies, the Nespresso business model is a great source of inspiration!




Example 3: Dropbox

Dropbox is a web-based file hosting service that uses cloud storage to enable
users to store and share files and folders with others across the internet, using file synchronization. Dropbox has a free basic plan and several payable subscription plans for more storage.
Dropbox business model image




Ebay business model example

Example 4: Ebay

Ebay Inc. is an online auction and shopping website that focuses on P2P networks. People and (small) businesses can buy and sell a broad variety of goods and services worldwide. With operations in over 30 countries, Ebay is a notable success story of the web 2.0 generation. Services such as “Buy it Now”, online classified advertisement- systems and online money transfer service Paypal have made Ebay a market leading company.

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In total we have 30 business models visualized. The 4 samples from above, combined with extra info + 26 additional cases are all bundled in 1 PDF. You can print this report so you can use the material in your own in-house workshop or brainstorm session.

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26 extra business models in this download


5. Mint.com 14. Google Adwords 23. Zipcar
6.Team Fortress 15. Starbucks 24. Baby Plays
7. Igluu 16. TRUSTe 25. PatientsLikeMe
8. SymBid 17. Waze 26. Landshare
9. Groupon 18. Manpacks 27. Quirky
10. TimeBank 19. Metro 28. Rapleaf
11. Kiva 20. Kickstarter 29. Smartbox
12. uFlavor 21. Klout 30. mPesa
13. ValueMyStuff 22. GiffGaff


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