Definition of Business Matchmaking Participating people (businesses) have to state information about what it is they are searching for, or what they have to offer. b2b matchmaking is based on that information. The system can identify which needs are met by which offers, and then connect those people.
What are matchmaking services examples?
Uber, TaskRabbit, and Freecycle are some other examples of successful organizations using the matchmaker model. None of these companies own or touch any of the things that are being bought, sold, or exchanged. Yet they make a handsome profit through commission of fees, either from the buyer, seller, and sometimes both.
What is the role of the matchmaker?
Matchmakers meet with clients, interview potential matches, dispense dating advice, and attend networking events. But some also perform background checks, administer personality testing, and build psychological profiles of their clients.
What is a multi-sided business model?
The multisided platform business model connects customers to sellers directly. An MSP is a service, technology or product that lets two or more customer or participant groups have direct interactions. Examples of successful MSPs include PayPal, eBay, Alibaba and Facebook.