Profit Model One: Fixed-Income, Remaining-Profit and Profit-Sharing
Why have Gome and Suning chosen fixed rents plus commission as their profit mode? Why have Best Buy and Wal-Mart implemented the price margin model? Why has Best Buy, the world’s leading home appliance retailer, failed in China? Why did ITAT’s fortunes collapse so quickly? Answers to these questions can be found in contribution categories and profit modes, or more precisely, fixed and variable contributions, fixed incomes, price margins, commissions, and their various combinations.
KeywordsTransaction Cost Cash Flow Brand Equity Shopping Mall Variable Contribution
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