What is a “good” Business Model?

Let’s say that we have a small shop where we help others book flight tickets etc. for their journeys. All offers that are available are not known completely by both parties because there can be thousands of ways to go from point A to point B and the database is accessible on several servers. Each giving us the chance to look through options and make our booking. As we go about making our choices, there will eventually be a point…




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