Business Model Canvas: a tool for defining Business Models (part 9)

This is one of last posts of this series devoted to the Bisiness Model Canvas tool developed by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur. During the progress of this subject I introduced the tool and presented seven of the nine building blocks of it: customer segments, value proposition, channels, customer relationships, …

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Green policies for a better tomorrow

For many years I’ve thought and believed that being an entrepreneur requires much more than the creation of a project, a company and making money. As entrepreneurs we are at a unique privileged position, where we can make positive changes, not only in our lives, but also for the benefits …

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From Entrepreneur to Investor

I define myself as an entrepreneur, and have been so, for most than half of my life (currently I’m 32 years old). However I believe I’m just starting to understand and to be an entrepreneur. But I have a very clear mind on what I want to accomplish in the …

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Business Model Canvas: a tool for defining Business Models (part 8)

In this series I have been explaining the use and importance of the Business Model Canvas, created by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur. In this way I have explained how the first six building blocks are analyzed and filled out: customer segments, value proposition, channels, customer relationships, revenue streams and …

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Bimonthly Progress Analysis

Every entrepreneur and generally speaking, everyone who has a job or is working in a project, should perform a periodic pause where he or she analyzes the events and progress of this lapse of time. In a couple articles of An Entrepreneur Blog, we have written about the importance of …

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Business Model Canvas: a tool for defining Business Models (part 7)

The business Model Canvas tool developed by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur, in addition of being a hot topic, it has been helpful for renown enterprises and also for new entrepreneurs that are configuring their business model. This is the reason why I have dedicated this series of articles to …

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Practice makes the master

There is one thing that everyone shares with each other in this life: mistakes. Everyday, with frequency, we make mistakes and there isn’t anyone that can say he or she is perfect. However, most of us have been taught to avoid mistakes, minimizing them and almost condemning them. So I …

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Business Model Canvas: a tool for defining Business Models (part 6)

In order to be successful in our business, it is very important to structure and understand our business model. Even though we can achieve this objective in different ways, I have dedicated this series of articles to an excellent tool that makes it easy to achieve this goal. This tool …

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Business Model Canvas: a tool for defining Business Models (part 5)

In this fifth part of this series I will write about the last building block of the right side of the Business Model Canvas dedicated to clients: customer relationship. However if you have not been following the posts of this series I recommend you to read the introduction I made …

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The risk of not taking the first step

When entrepreneurs are beginning a business, they have one million reasons to do so. These reasons range from a challenge to a new financial opportunity. However, there are also 10 million reasons not to start a new venture. It’s very easy to find these negative reasons and we can easily …

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