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CNG exposes members to a broad range of new business models and corporate thinking, assists in development linkage between new thinking and workplace, infrastructure and real estate issues, and supports adapting new thinking and ideas to members' own situations.
The challenge for established firms is not the discovery of a new business model the real challenge is how to make two business models coexist.
2 offers a unique combination of enterprise-class scalability and reliability with the flexibility and functionality to support payors of all sizes as they deploy new business models in the increasingly consumer-driven healthcare industry.
The new class of stock will reflect our new business model and enable our "legal" shareholders to profit from failure to delivers and from our efforts to protect their investment.
Corrine Sukiennik, Director, Global Licensing, Kimberly-Clark Worldwide and "New Business Model Innovation at Coca-Cola," presented by Javier Goizueta, Vice President, New Business Models, The Coca-Cola Company.
This new business model is the result of the acquisition of Bio-Matrix Scientific Group (Nevada) from BMXP Holdings (symbol:BXPH) on July 3, 2006.
Pyramid Research announces the launch of "Pyramid Convergence Wire," a free industry newsletter providing analysis of the drivers and barriers to the success of new business models and technologies in the converging communications, media and technology industries.
com/reports/c30784) has announced the addition of IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS): Driving New Business Models and Opportunities to their offering.