OYSTER BAY, New York, Oct. 3, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --
30-Minute Webinar: 'New IoT Business Models'
Date: November 20th, 2018 (Tuesday); Time: 2 p.m. U.S. Eastern Time
Duration: 30 minutes, including question-and-answer session
While there are many definitions of business models, the simplest one is a business model that is a framework for making money. This webinar will look at the activities by different suppliers in the IoT (Internet of Things) value chain and how they offer their products and services and position themselves to compete and drive profitability. Key to success of a business model is the revenue model — this webinar will explore the different approaches that companies take to offer, price and bundle their IoT products. Finally, this presentation will highlight real world examples of business model successes and failures as well as important takeaways for making money in IoT.
HOW TO REGISTER:
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ABI Research's transformative technologies Webinar series is complimentary to attend. All attendees receive a PDF of the presentation after the Webinar. And, all registrants are welcome to watch the on-demand replay at their convenience.
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