Monthly Archives: February 2012
The business model is a cash flow generator, that is, simply, a mechanism through which companies make money. Most often, the view of the public about how certain companies are making money, is very different from how it actually happens. Here are a few examples of these differences.
Hewlett-Packard . Initially, HP made printers. Then the main cash flow began to bring the cartridges.
The gourmet restaurants. Itself high the kitchen is not very profitable. But it helps to sell expensive and cost-effective wine. Wine brings the main cash flow. Fine dining can be called a business selling expensive wine. Continue reading