8 Brands That Prove The World Has Fallen In A Digital Disruption

8 Brands That Prove The World Has Fallen In A Digital Disruption

Digital disruption in the new era is best known as the change that happens when digital based companies or business models hurt the value proposition of goods that already exist.
In the normal person’s language, that basically means technology has flipped the world onto its head, if used correctly, it can make you filthy rich – by breaking all existing concepts of business.

Here are 8 brands and companies that back the fact that the world has fallen in a digital disruption.

1. The world’s largest cab (taxi) company, doesn’t own a single cab! – Yes we’re talking about Uber

Source: mises.org

Source: mises.org

2. The largest accommodation provider in the world does not own a single real estate property – The AirBNB

Source: techcrunch.com

Source: techcrunch.com

3. The largest phone companies in the world do not own a single Telco-Infra –  Your favorite apps on the smartphone, Skype and WeChat

Source: therem.org

Source: therem.org

4. The world’s most valued retailer with the most booming startup owns no inventory to sell – The marvel that is Ali Baba dot com

Source: cnbc.com

Source: cnbc.com

5. The globe’s most famous media owner doesn’t create any sort of content for the audience – The genius of Zuckerberg that is Facebook

Source: abcnews.go

Source: abcnews.go

6. The world’s fastest growing and maximizing banks have no actual money to keep – The SocietyOne

Source: vpost.com

Source: vpost.com

7. The world’s largest movie house doesn’t even own a single cinema house – Netflix (and Chill)

Source: zenfs.com

Source: zenfs.com

8. The largest vendors for software in the world don’t write a single application – Apple & Google.com

Source: searchengineisland.com

Source: searchengineisland.com

So, have you already starting brainstorming for a startup? Bet you have.

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