Emerging Nusiness Model Essay

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EMERGING BUSINESS MODELS
FROM EMERGING ECONOMIES
8/11/2013 Dr. S.Balasubrahmanyam, IIM Kozhikode

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Dr. S.Balasubrahmanyam Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode Strategic Management of Innovation (27th July, 2013)

PROMISING BUSINESS MODELS AT BOP
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Profitable or at least self-sustaining without requiring continuous subsidy Scalable and thus able to reach and improve the lives of significant numbers of poor people

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BUSINESS MODELS IN LOW-END MARKETS
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No-frills products Small-size products (e.g., micro-loans) Group products (joint liability group-JLG) Pre-assured demand (JLGs guarantee demand)

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GYAN SHALA STUDENTS OUTPERFORM PUBLIC SCHOOL
CHILDREN IN EVERY SUBJECT EXCEPT COPYING
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PRIVATE SCHOOLS VERSUS GYAN SHALA

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GYAN SHALA SCHOOLS’ TEACHING COSTS = 30% OF PRIVATE SCHOOL COSTS
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CUSTOMER FEEDBACK TO GYAN SHALA

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OTHER INDIAN EXAMPLES OF MODEL-3
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Health:



Aravind Eye Care Ambuja Cement Foundation
Spandana Pratham

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Financial Services:




Education:


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SHARED CHANNELS MODEL-4:

CORE MODEL ELEMENTS

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YESHASVINI INSURANCE BANKS ON EXISTING NETWORK OF CO-OPERATIVES
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Yeshasvini uses 26,000 co-operative societies to reach more than 10,00,000 (1 million) rural co-op members Insurance costs around Rs. 10 / person / month Insurance covers over 1600 surgical procedures, including maternal delivery and outpatient consultation. Although the insurance model is not commercially viable, it still relies on public subsidies For Yeshasvini, the co-op members are a platform for access, distribution, customer education, and collection of premiums 200 Hospitals in Karnataka

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