This mini-case looks at Dollar Shave Club’s entry into the U.S. razor market. It challenges the students to examine Dollar Shave Club’s value drivers and business model. It also challenges students to respond to digital disruption from the point of view of an incumbent firm, in this case Gillette.
How to respond to digital disruption as an incumbent.
Dollar Shave Club, Consumer Goods, Personal Care
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