How they do it: In 2018, 23 after its founding, eBay still ranks as one of the top 5 e-commerce websites worldwide. Sellers are able to list their products for a small fee or even for free, while buyers can discover product listings, and bid on or purchase products. eBay facilitates discovery and payments via its platform.
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How they do it: Nintendo sells its game consoles, games as well as accessories via their online store. In addition games can be downloaded directly from the interface of the console only requiring a registered account and an internet connection. This channel allows Nintendo to avoid any distribution or physical production costs.
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How they do it: The Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) are pioneers in e-commerce selling of railway fares via the website or their mobile app. SBB has been pushing their program for new digital offers (SBB Digital) and promoting new digital service ideas for their customers.
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How they do it: Dollar Shave Club is only availabe online through its website, eliminating the need for physical stores, in-person sales staff and paying vendor margins.
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How they do it: Google sells all its products in its online store. This comprises product categories such as phones, home & entertainment, laptops, VR, and accesoires.
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