The Experience Economy – Stratechery by Ben Thompson

Such a fundamental point that goes unacknowledged by so many incumbents. The implications are enormous.

At the same time, competition is dramatically higher as well; customer choices used to be constrained by geography and limited channels for advertising: you could choose one mass-market product from conglomerate X, or a strikingly similar product from conglomerate Y. Today, though, you can find multiple products from any number of vendors, some large and many more small, the latter of which are particularly adept at using channels like Facebook to reach specific niches that were never well-served by large enterprises designed to serve everyone.

Source: The Experience Economy – Stratechery by Ben Thompson

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