The Business Model of DMart
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The Business Model of DMart

Over the decades, we have come across different kinds of businesses. Every industrial revolution has given us new economics of doing business like the manufacturing sector, the Internet boom, and many more. With this evolution of business models from time to time, we have come across some broad B2B (Business to Business) and B2C (Business to Customer) business models.

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Credit Rating Agencies
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Credit Rating Agencies' Business Model

If you pick up a business newspaper, you will find the name of at least one of Fitch, Moody, or S&P. In fact, in the recent news associated with Indian slowdown, you would see GDP forecasts by Ind-Ra, ICRA, or CRISIL at least once in every quarter.

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OTT Platforms: Their Revenue Model and Rise
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OTT Platforms: Their Revenue Model and Rise

Netflix, Hotstar, or Prime Video. If you have not heard any of these names yet, you might be termed someone from Stone Age by people around you. In the past couple of years, OTT web streaming platforms have gained over-the-top popularity.

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AMUL: The Business Model
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AMUL: The Business Model

Anand Milk Union Limited or AMUL needs no introduction. Amul has created this name and reputation over the years delivering quality milk products to the entire country and now the world. People in eatery and restaurant businesses advertise their dishes conveying that they use Amul products.

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Wipro: Success story of Azim Premji
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Wipro: Success story of Azim Premji

It has been told and retold to us how the character of human, his attitude towards the problems, and his determination, shapes his future. Then there are few others, whose grit not just transform their own future, but change the lives of many. This is the story of such an Indian entrepreneur, Azim Premji.

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The business model of InfoEdge
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The business model of InfoEdge

Much before the start-up boom that we have seen in the last 5 years, there was a dot-com boom two decades back. That period is often associated with the dot-com bubble in the US, but it has its own set of success story.

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How Amazon Became Big: The Growth Story
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How Amazon Became Big: The Growth Story

Apple Inc. is often quoted as an example for start-ups, for starting small and growing big. Amazon too follows those footprints. It started in garage of Jeff Bezos, who left his job as Vice President in D.E.Shaw & Co., to become synonymous with e-commerce a decade later.

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Zerodha: A Success Story of Discount Broking
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Zerodha: A Success Story of Discount Broking

Do you wonder that even after being a discount broker how does Zerodha make money? In just 9 years how did Zerodha become the largest stockbroker?

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What is the Impact of UPI on e-wallets?
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What is the Impact of UPI on e-wallets?

Have you been searching for rangoli lately instead of embracing your inner Picasso this Diwali? Were you ‘the responsible kid’ all of a sudden to pay all due bills on time this Diwali?

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The Business Model of Paytm
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The Business Model of Paytm

Did you ever think that a 'Half cup chai' could be bought through online payment? Being a 90's kid, I still remember the struggle to get the change of a Rs. 500 note to buy my favorite Rs 5 Ice-cream. That excitement of scratching the recharge coupon in the hope of getting some additional benefit.. In 2010 came  a revolution when Vijay Shekhar Sharma launched Paytm.

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How does Zomato earn Money?
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How does Zomato earn Money?

Are you a foodie? If yes, I’m sure Zomato crosses your mind and pops up on your phone with delicious offers for ‘n’ number of times. I’m also certain that you would’ve wondered how does Zomato make money even after providing such tempting discounts. Isn’t it?

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How is Indigo making Profits?
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How is Indigo making Profits?

Have you ever wondered that how India’s largest airline operator IndiGo operated by Interglobe Aviation flies high despite the tumultuous nature of the airline industry? Well, the answer is the business model on which the carrier operates. The business model, known as the Sale and Leaseback Model, has been one of the consistent reasons for the carrier's soaring profits.

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How Does Oyo Rooms Make Money?
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How Does Oyo Rooms Make Money?

If someday one wrote about the India Start-ups story, it would remain unfinished without the story of Oyo Rooms. Starting as any other company trying to find its space in the Indian dot-com revolution to now being dubbed as an 'Indian AirBnB,' Oyo’s story has become the case study for management institutions.

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Zomato’s Dilemma: Restaurants or Customers, Who is more important?
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Zomato’s Dilemma: Restaurants or Customers, Who is more important?

Imagine that you buy two tickets for Las Vegas and you need not bear any additional cost for accommodation, for gambling in some of the world’s biggest casinos also you have an option for unlimited shopping then it would be so fun know. 

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5 components of Balance Sheet that influences Investment Decisions
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5 components of Balance Sheet that influences Investment Decisions

People in current markets are inclined towards making profits and increasing their earnings. They want to invest in sectors and companies that are at their booming phase and would probably provide them with the highest returns. But how are their investment decisions made by their individuals? On what grounds do they decide whether they should invest in one particular company or another? These decisions are made by referring to the financial statements of the company and studying their growth pattern over the years. Financial statements such as Balance Sheet, Profit, and Loss accounts, Cash Flow Statements, etc. reflect the position of the company in terms of profitability and liquidity. It tells us where the company has made its investments and how much reserves it has created by now and how much money does it need to run its business on a daily basis and the kind of liquidity it has.

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Retained Earnings
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Retained Earnings

When you start a business, you eventually start gaining the profits.So, is the entire profit given back to the owner? NO. It is because company would love to invest profit to the business again for future operations. Retained earnings are the part of net profit after tax that company has retained by not distributing to the shareholders to realize certain debts or used as an investment for future expansion plans. It is an important source of internal or self-financing by a company. So, retained earnings are the cumulative amount of profit or loss left after paying all the expenses and dividend to the shareholders. The cumulative here means it is a continuing account year after year and doesn’t close at the end of the accounting year. The retained earnings are also known as earned surplus, retained capital, plowing back of profits or accumulated earnings.

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5 ways in which a student can build a good credit 
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5 ways in which a student can build a good credit 

In current times, as young students we all want to be financially independent. There are so many courses or activities that we wish to pursue, but gets limited by our financial constraints.  

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How do banks make money off you?
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How do banks make money off you?

Often, we see banks keeping our money safe and paying savings interest rate or a fixed deposit interest rate to all its customers. So, if the banks keep giving interest to everyone on the money deposited with them, then, how do you think these banks make money?

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