Rob Basjesrbasjes@inspirare.eu
• A Business Model is a strategic management tool for  describing existing businesses or developing new ways  of doing bus...
Clients
The offer
Relationships   Channels
Incoming money
Critical resourcese.g. people, technologies,patents, production skills, etc.
What do we do withthe key resources
Money out
Business models / Business Innovation
Business models / Business Innovation
Business models / Business Innovation
Business models / Business Innovation
Business models / Business Innovation
Business models / Business Innovation
Business models / Business Innovation
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Business models / Business Innovation

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Developing your business model. These slides help you to describe your business and the business model. If you are changing your business model, for example changing in pricing methodology or Go2Market Strategy, these slides help you to understand the impact. It is based on a well studied methodology of business model innovation.

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Business models / Business Innovation

  1. 1. Rob Basjesrbasjes@inspirare.eu
  2. 2. • A Business Model is a strategic management tool for describing existing businesses or developing new ways of doing business.• A business model is a visual chart ‘‘a statement of how a firm will make money and sustain its profit stream over time. With elements describing a firms value proposition, infrastructure, customers, and finances.• The Business Model Canvas was initially proposed by Alexander Osterwalder
  3. 3. Clients
  4. 4. The offer
  5. 5. Relationships Channels
  6. 6. Incoming money
  7. 7. Critical resourcese.g. people, technologies,patents, production skills, etc.
  8. 8. What do we do withthe key resources
  9. 9. Money out

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