… Through Value Scale
Monopolies and oligarchs battle all on their own… Google, Amazon, et al. “takes all” — the world knows it. But while others claw their way to become billion (if even million) dollar companies, the landscape is changing while some of the most essential rules of ground play have become essentially obsolete within their business and organization root of traction.
The root cause of this financial and organizational flaw has much to do with smaller and less profitable companies defying the laws of appropriate value scale. Along with the necessities which will enable them to compete within the public and private infrastructure. Companies such of the likes of Amazon, Facebook, and Google has (see P3) scaled tremendously within the guidance of corporate and government partnership.
Ignoring the power of oligarchs (in the case of the smaller companies) places the larger companies at a greater advantage, which allows them to profit and scale (feed) off smaller, and even less developed companies. This is possible by utilizing the demand structure, and leveraging off (OCU) Other Companies Users. This also includes unidentified use of “sophisticated services.” What I am recommending is: Incorporate a cash flow system where the consumer is dependent on the producer — financially.
“What’s eating the startup world?” — The root cause of this financial and organizational flaw has much to do with smaller and less profitable companies defying the laws of appropriate value scale
This presumes to be the case; smaller companies are producing, while monopolies consume. Consume means anything the market produces will turn the profit and aims it towards itself –