Can “personal business” such as manicures and haircuts be “Uberized?”
The “Uber for freight” entered the market in 2015 to disrupt an old, massive and highly fragmented industry that had not seen much change since e-mail was created. How have they gone about this transformation?
Grubhub is attempting to increase network effects and increase barriers to multi-homing for customers on both sides of their platform
Facebook entered the early stage of virtual reality market in 2014 by acquiring Oculus VR at $2 billions. Thanks to the rise of 5G in late 2010’s to early 2020’s, VR will evolve beyond the gaming market. There will […]
Why pay for expensive personal trainers when you can leverage gym rats in your neighborhood? Here's a business idea to use crowdsourcing in the gym industry.
See how a 179-year-old company has created the go-to platform for the agricultural industry, allowing John Deere to compete against both other farm equipment manufacturers as well as new Ag Tech entrants.
This picture taken on January 20, 2015 shows a gridlock in Jakarta’s main road. Jakarta has just won the distinction of having the worlds worst traffic, according to a recent index. (BAY ISMOYO/AFP/Getty Images) Jakarta was chosen as the city with […]
YouTube has revolutionized the way we create, consume and share content. This platform has broken the barriers of entry into the media world and allowed us all to express ourselves like never before.
Roku has been able to stay relevant over the years by shifting its business model
YouTube is the current king of digital video. However, as we’ve learned in DIG and in BSSE, no single strategy is successful forever and disruptors often get disrupted themselves as industry landscapes change. How can YouTube remain dominant as giant platforms with valuable user data like Facebook and Amazon enter the video space?