Business models are imbued within the very fabric of every enterprise, whether known or not. Often enterprises display several business models at once (think Amazon, Google etc.).
Morris D Fedeli is a semi-retired practitioner and doctoral researcher at the University of Southern Queensland, Australia, with three decades of industry experience in helping organizations achieve success through the application of new emerging innovative business models and technologies. As a pracademic, he offers a unique Australasian perspective, with experience across three continents and degrees in science, business and project management. His research interest and passion lie in sustainable business innovation strategies for a prosperous society and thrivable future.
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There are genuine labels out there for consumers, but even these vary in authenticity. Some are specific to certain types of products, others are more general. In this article, we’ll delve into some of the major industries using eco friendly labels and some of the most trustworthy certifications to look out for.