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May Midas Nation Presentation
May Midas Nation Presentation
May Midas Nation Presentation
May Midas Nation Presentation
May Midas Nation Presentation
May Midas Nation Presentation
May Midas Nation Presentation
May Midas Nation Presentation
May Midas Nation Presentation
May Midas Nation Presentation
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The presentation here is presented by Rob Slee of Midas nation for private business owners. He examines business models that suit private business owners.

The presentation here is presented by Rob Slee of Midas nation for private business owners. He examines business models that suit private business owners.

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  • 1. Business Models for Private Business Owners Presentation by Rob Slee founder of Midas Nation How to reduce income tax's How to reduce estate tax liability Items not covered by Your current advisor www . Midas Nation . com
  • 2.
    • What is a Business Model?
      • The way you organize your company to meet your goals…or in Midas terms – the vehicle that will get you to your destination
      • The global economy is all about competing thru business models…think Apple, Cirque, Netflix
      • The companies that leverage their intellectual capital the most win
      • Conceptual versus Aggregation Ages
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  • 3.
    • Conceptual vs. Aggregation Ages
      • Conceptual Models: own your intellectual capital but control your process chain
      • Aggregation Models: own your intellectual capital but control your business space
      • Here’s the trick: first a company needs to adopt a conceptual model…then evolve into an aggregation model
      • Let’s dig into this further
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  • 4.
    • Rationalize Your Process Chain
      • Process chain equals all of the steps that it takes to deliver your product or service
      • Determine which steps are intellectual capital – own these and outsource the rest
      • Leverage your intellectual capital by implementing a conceptual biz model
      • Focus on strategies that enable you to do more with less
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  • 5. www . Midas Nation . com Robertson & Foley’s D&D Process Chain The Old Chain : OWNED EVERY STEP OF THE PROCESS (INCLUDING EMPLOYEES/OTHER) The New Chain: MARKET ENGINEER OUTSOURCE DELIVER The hardest part is letting go of what worked 10 years ago www . Midas Nation . com
  • 6.
    • Newest Rules of the Aggregation Age
      • Managers must design and implement compelling value propositions for all stakeholders of the firm
      • Value propositions should be packaged and positioned in the supply chain, crowd or customer base
      • Companies should adopt Pull marketing models to create value. As such, a company should control – not own – its sphere of influence.
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  • 7.
    • Newest Rules of the Aggregation Age (cont)
      • Managers should quality control manage their space chains, i.e., keep their fingers on many pulses, but not leave their fingerprints on the space chain or business
      • Managers should become Value Architects, thereby leveraging their firm’s intellectual capital by at least 10:1
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  • 8.
    • Examples of Aggregation Business Models
      • Robertson & Foley (regional. national referral agreements)
      • Apple (iPod…iTunes…iPad)
      • Netflix
      • Amazon
      • Expedia/Hotwire
      • Do aggregation models lead to legal monopolies?
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  • 9.
    • Steps to Adopting an Aggregation Model
      • Rationalize your process chain
      • Define your niche business space
      • Take an intellectual capital inventory
      • Choose strategies that leverage your IC
      • Attract Market Makers that can Pull the market
      • Niche-build your way to success
      • Five niches is a good start
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  • 10.
    • Some Final Thoughts
      • Aggregated niches are now formed by pulling the market toward you … this takes a compelling value proposition
      • Value Architects create aggregation models and strategies
      • If your company continues to use a conceptual model it will be overtaken by an aggregator
      • Correlation between Intellectual Capital Leverage Ratio and acquisition multiples?
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  • 11.
    • Register for future webinars at www.midasnation.com
    Rob Slee 6201 Fairview Road Suite 200 Charlotte, NC 28210 704-523-7888 [email_address] or [email_address] www . Midas Nation . com
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