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Hanno Kempermann / Karl Lichtblau IW-Trends No. 1 25. March 2012 Definition and Measurement of Hybrid Value Creation
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Definition and Measurement of Hybrid Value Creation
Hanno Kempermann / Karl Lichtblau IW-Trends No. 1 25. March 2012

Definition and Measurement of Hybrid Value Creation

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Hybrid business models are successful. Companies which offer solutions bundling manufactured products and services are well endowed with success factors and achieve better growth in turnover and employment than the average of German companies. Despite this, hybrid models are not widespread. To date only 16 per cent of all companies have a hybrid character. One reason for this is the obstacles hybrid companies face. They must deploy more resources and master a higher level of complexity. Nevertheless, these companies are convinced that the benefits outweigh the drawbacks. Thus in five years a fifth of all companies in Germany are expected to be pursuing the hybrid model.

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Definition and Measurement of Hybrid Value Creation
Hanno Kempermann / Karl Lichtblau IW-Trends No. 1 25. March 2012

Definition and Measurement of Hybrid Value Creation

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