In with the new
Impressive as this seems, Sky has recently revealed a massive shift in strategy with the launch of Sky Glass. Not only does this signal the end of the road for satellite dishes with a move to streaming, it also sees Sky enter the TV manufacturing market - a development that experts say puts it in direct competition with the likes of Samsung and Sony.
In one fell swoop, Sky has not only changed a long-standing component of its core business model, but it’s also entering a mature and highly competitive consumer manufacturing market.
Clearly, they have the resources to back this up with serious levels of investment, but its strategy offers some important lessons for every ambitious business.
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