By Richard Koch
Investor and winning entrepreneur Richard Koch and enterprise capitalist Greg Lockwood have spent years gaining knowledge of what makes profitable companies—such as IKEA, Apple, Uber, and Airbnb—achieve game-changing who prestige. the answer's basic: They Simplify.
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If you scrutinize the non-price advantages, you notice one thing in common: they are all either relatively cheap to provide or even generate extra profits for IKEA. A few jugglers or magicians across a large crowd don’t cost very much per head, and if they draw in a few more families they more than pay for themselves. The restaurants make a profit. If the play area for children encourages a young couple to stay longer in the store, they will likely end up spending more. indd 18 8/3/16 5:40 PM SI M PL I F Y more than bad design.
But none has come close to emulating IKEA’s scale, success or rock-bottom prices. Why is that? Part of the answer lies in the giant stores that IKEA has built on the edges of cities. These are far larger than its rivals’ equivalents in all of the countries where it operates. Another part of the answer is the way it organizes its stores. ” This involves a steady progression, as though in a theme park, anticlockwise through the store. There are a lot of product categories, but relatively few products within each category.
Whereas a coffee shop sold a hamburger for thirty cents, it was only fifteen at McDonald’s, or four cents more for a cheeseburger. The star attraction was the French fries, though — another bargain at ten cents for a three-ounce bag. The menu was completed by coffee at a nickel a cup, soft drinks at a dime, or a large milkshake for twenty cents. That was it. Kroc had tracked down a remarkable unsung success story in San Bernardino. ” At the time the typical mass-market restaurant was a mom-and-pop coffee shop offering hundreds of items.
Simplify: How the Best Businesses in the World Succeed by Richard Koch