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In this presentation, I will give you a brief overview of modelling your business using a canvas. After this presentation you will understand various building blocks of the canvas.

In this presentation, I will give you a brief overview of modelling your business using a canvas. After this presentation you will understand various building blocks of the canvas.

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  • 1. Business Modelling B Anjaneyulu Reddy Twitter: @_anji
  • 2. What is Model?
  • 3. Business Model Canvas The 9 building blocks
  • 4. The Canvas
  • 5. 1. Customer Segments (CS)Different groups of people (or) organization anenterprise aims to reach and serve
  • 6. 2. Value Propositions (VP)Products / services which create value for aspecific Customer Segment (CS)
  • 7. 3. Channels (CH)How a company delivers a VP to a CS?Channel Types:Direct / IndirectOwn / Partner Five phases: 1. Awareness 2. Evaluation 3. Purchase 4. Delivery 5. After Sales
  • 8. 4. Customer Relationships (CR)Types of relationships a company establisheswith specific CSMotives:1. Customer acquisition2. Customer retention3. Boosting sales
  • 9. 5. Revenue Streams (R$)Cash a company generates from each CSRevenue Types:1. One-time customer payments2. Recurring revenues
  • 10. 6. Key Resources (KR)Important assets required to make a businessmodel workResources can be:1. Physical2. Financial3. Intellectual4. Human
  • 11. 7. Key Activities (KA)Most important things a company must do tomake its business model work
  • 12. 8. Key Partnerships (KP)The network of suppliers and partners thatmake the business model work1. Strategic alliances2. Coopetition3. Joint ventures4. Buyer-supplier
  • 13. 9. Cost Structure (C$)All costs incurred to operate a business modelCosts:1. Creating a value2. Maintaining CRsCost Structures:1. Cost-driven2. Value-driven
  • 14. Thank You