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Business model

Insight into the strength and vulnerability of your organization

  • Online brainstorming with stakeholders

  • Insight into distinctiveness and strength and vulnerability

  • Concrete tips and tricks for a powerful business model

  • Easy to use due to interactive interface

Business model canvas

How do you create added value for customers? How do you deliver that value? And how do you earn? The business model of an organization gives the answer to these questions.

The business model canvas consists of 9 building blocks that together describe the business model of your organization: 9 building blocks: customer segments, value proposition, channels, customer relationships, revenue streams, people and resources, core activities, strategic partners and cost structure.

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Business model in 4 steps

The 'Status' tab helps you on your way and shows the latest updates in the tool.
In the tool you create your current or future business model. You start with an empty canvas. Step by step you fill the canvas.

1. Brainstorming

In this step, we collect all input for the 9 building blocks. Invite colleagues or external people to think along. By involving several people you ensure rich input and more creativity. Make clear in advance whether you want to describe your current or future business model.

The brainstorm starts with the building block 'Customer segments'

All participants can participate in the brainstorm individually or together

2. Sharpen

Process the input from the brainstorm into a logical business model. Sharpen formulations and make choices. Ask for feedback from your colleagues or external parties you work with to sharpen your business model.

Edit items to sharpen the business model

Request feedback and process the comments in a future version

Highlight all items associated with a customer segment

Use labels to make connections between the items

Download the result as a pdf

3. Deepening

The business model stands. It is a description of how your company creates and monetizes value. But how does it compare to your competitors? In which areas are you doing better, faster or more efficiently than the competition? In this step you analyze your business model.

Fill in the checklist to gain more insight into the power of your business model

Have the checklist completed by colleagues or other stakeholders

You see the average score and the individual scores

Users can also comment on their score

4. Define actions

Define actions to strengthen or renew your business model.

Define actions to realize, strengthen or renew the business model

The actions come in it action plan so that you can monitor the performance

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