Business model pattern

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Business model patterns are reusable business model architectural components, which can be used in generating a new business model.[1] In the process of new business model generation, the business model innovator can use one or more of these patterns to creating a new business model. Each of these patterns has similarities in characteristics, business model building blocks arrangements and behaviors. Alexander Osterwalder call these similarities the "business model pattern".[2][3][4]


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  1. ^ Mettler, Tobias; Eurich, Markus (2012). "A design-pattern-based approach for analyzing e-health business models". Health Policy and Technology. 1 (2): 77–85. doi:10.1016/j.hlpt.2012.04.005.
  2. ^ Osterwalder, Alexander (2010). Business Model Generation. American: Willey. p. 288.
  3. ^ "Business Model Patterns".
  4. ^ "Inspiring business model patterns *NEW*".