Sunwah International Business School, Liaoning University, Shenyang, Liaoning, 110000, China
Entirely new business sectors are thought to be essential for implementing innovative ideas and anticipating the near-term business climate since they are early warning signs of possible business possibilities. This study paper aims to assess the emerging business potential in the commercial sector in the contemporary Internet era. In order to illustrate the importance of studying business opportunities, this paper systematically reviews the academic research in the business field in the past 12 years (2010-2022), thus revealing the evolution process of innovation in the business field. This study emphasizes that the development of science and technology and the diversity of the business sector have also increased business opportunities in the Internet era. The reasons for the developments in the global climate in the Internet era are also explained in this essay. It also demonstrates how the quantitative outcomes and methodical approach are anticipated to be used in reality as a supporting tool and foundation for business opportunity analysis.
Evolution process; Business areas; Business opportunities; Internet
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