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Re-conceptualization of business model for marketing nowadays: Theory and implications

Show simple item record Firman, Ahmad Putra, AHPK Mustapa, Zainuddin Ilyas, GB Karim, Kasnaeny 2021-04-16T23:06:20Z 2021-04-16T23:06:20Z 2020-07-30
dc.identifier.issn 2288-4637
dc.identifier.issn 2288-4645
dc.description.abstract This study aims to develop the concept of innovation models with the marketing channel construct approach, marketing innovation, product segmentation, and customer insight; as well as improvements to the theory of resource-based combined with the method of service-dominant logic. This study approach is based on quantitative descriptive conducted with three stages of testing scenarios. The first test is the mapping of the innovation model construct through testing the validity and reliability with the moderation of customer orientation variables. The second scenario examines the relationship of influence between the independent variables on the dependent variable of 29 hypothetical analysis equation modeling. The unit of analysis was conducted on 497 SMEs involved in the food and beverage sectors, with the criteria being SMEs must have a rating of 4-5 points on the Go-Food applications software. The results shown that: 1) the construct used to develop an innovative model both directly and via moderation is positive and significant; 2) Through a complicated relationship that involves all components of the variable, it outlines a positive and significant effect except for the path of analysis (μ5). The theoretical and managerial implications state that the service-dominant logic approach and resource-based view theory have extreme reliability and interrelations. en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.publisher Korea Distribution Sciences Association (KODISA) en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries 7;7
dc.subject Innovation; Business Strategy; Service-Dominant Logic; Resource-Based View; Competitive Advantage en_US
dc.title Re-conceptualization of business model for marketing nowadays: Theory and implications en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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