Adaptation of Business

July 9, 2007 bigmove

The business world is changing.  I’m amazed at how the internet continues to change how the world does business by making it a global market.  It is fascinating to me how people have adapted over time: from hunting to farming to industrialization to the brick and mortar stores to ecommerce.  Even now, with the emergence of Web 2.0 and the fast pace changes of the ecommerce world, it makes it hard to keep up.  This article has some excellent insight.

As I was doing some research about these changes, I thought it would be helpful to have someone out there to make sense of it all.  There is so much info out there that it is hard to sift through it all.  If you try to figure it out for yourself, you can get misled.  I found this site which seems to have a helpful ecommerce strategy.  If you were ever to go into business like and sell things like this, or sell pirate party supplies– it seems that you have to have some guidance on how to get there.  I’ve been thinking lately of opening my own store with the opportunity that exists.  I know I just need the right tools to help me get there.

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Entry Filed under: adaptation, business, ecommerce, ecommerce store, global market, guidance, industrialization, opportunity, strategy, Web 2.0

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