The future lies with networks

I have often commented on the similarities between the consolidation of the retail food industry in the 1990s and the current broker consolidation.

In the retail food sector, the large supermarket chains leveraged their buying power to squeeze the suppliers, and this forced food manufacturers to alter their business models. The principal features were to increase the power of their own brands through advertising direct to customers and to re-engineer their businesses to become more efficient

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