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Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
Jay Jamison Business Model Presentation -- Founders Institute 2009
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  • 1. Revenue<br />Jay Jamison<br />Co-Founder &amp; President, Moonshoot<br />Founder’s Institute – June 23, 2009<br />
  • 2. Microsoft 1973<br />
  • 3. My Thoughts on Revenue<br />Its Nice!<br />
  • 4. Keep It Simple<br />“Invest in businesses that an idiot could run, because at some point, an idiot will.”<br />
  • 5. Know What To Look For<br />Understandable business<br />Strong, passionate team<br />Defensible moats <br />Models that generate cash<br />Tonight’s Scope<br />
  • 6. Moats &amp; Models<br />
  • 7. Moats (in 1559)<br />
  • 8. Moats (in 2009)<br />Deliver users something they want.<br />Build share &amp; leadership.<br />Improve value to users &amp; repeat.<br />Attract second stakeholder group to reinforce value to users.<br />
  • 9. Users want PCs that are cheap, lots of apps.<br />Developers build for Windows.<br />WinTel gains share.<br />Developers need audience for their products<br />
  • 10. Apple builds Iphone.<br />Developers build for Iphone.<br />Users drool &amp; buy.<br />Apple offers developers a platform.<br />
  • 11. Google offers outstanding search product. <br />Ad revenue funds improvements in search.<br />Google grabs share. <br />Advertisers need to spend most effectively.<br />
  • 12. Users are drawn to service with best teachers<br />Teachers create and market great classes<br />20% royalty to teachers.<br />Megastudy<br />Large user base &amp; commissions draw best teachers.<br />
  • 13. Build something children love, parents value<br />Reinforce core value with more fun content, better results to parents<br />Grow share &amp; credibility<br />Moonshoot<br />Collect data on children &amp; learning, reinforce value to parents, educators, and children.<br />
  • 14. Build something users love<br />Reinforce core value<br />Grow share<br />Your Company<br />Attract another stakeholder to build on your value.<br />
  • 15. Models—Part I<br />
  • 16. Types of Business Models<br />Figure it out later / Ads<br />Market maker<br />Freemium &amp; Subscription<br />Virtual goods<br />Price for product or service<br />Others<br />
  • 17. Figure it out later / Ads<br />
  • 18. Market Maker<br />
  • 19. Freemium &amp; Subscription<br />
  • 20. Virtual goods<br />
  • 21. Price per user or copy<br />
  • 22. Models—Part II<br />
  • 23. “Know Your Numbers”<br />Ask tons of questions, do the analysis<br />Connect with customers &amp; market <br />Build conviction that model works<br />Close to pin works<br />
  • 24. Recent Example<br />Entrepreneur’s Estimate to VC: <br />“Microsoft Small Business Server has an Installed Base of 30M”<br />--Unsourced analyst<br />Jay’s Estimate<br />VC emails me.<br />Microsoft Small Business Server has an Installed Base of around 4M<br />
  • 25. Closing<br />Moats <br />ABC: Always Be Constructing<br />Business Models<br />Draft model should be in place ASAP<br />Monetization can be later<br />Industry Model<br />Always be hungry to learn more <br />But work to stay grounded in reality<br />

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