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The cycle of disruption


The cycle of disruption

Letter # 96

As the second largest cinema chain in the world, Cineworld, prepares for bankruptcy, we take a trip down memory lane to see how the disrupters are themselves being disrupted now. In our article in Economic Times today, we look at how Kodak, which disrupted the photography market in the 1800s was dethroned once digital photography took over in the 1900s. A story of how disruptions in the world of photography, music and phones have learnings for current businesses, including the movie exhibition business in India. Read here:


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