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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Business Model Canvas: a tool for defining Business Models (part 4)

As I wrote in the first part of this series, the Business Model Canvas tool helps us to define, visualize and reinvent our business model. This tool developed by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur, has 9 different building blocks. In my last posts I have written about the first two …

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Confronting my Internet Bully

In the last couple of years, I’ve read several stories of bullies that start in school but do most of their stalking though the Internet and Social Networks. Several people have died, mostly as suicides as a consequence of this. This is a very serious and complex matter and cannot …

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Business Model Canvas: a tool for defining Business Models (part 3)

I have devoted this series of articles to the tool developed by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur called the Business Model Canvas. I you haven’t followed this series of articles I recommend you to read the first part in which I wrote an introduction about the tool and the second …

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Selling a Business Idea to an Investor IV – Post Mortem

Last year we started at An Entrepreneur Blog a series of video post, were we gave advice of how to sell a business idea to an Investor. Throughout this series we dealt with how to prepare for the meeting, going to the meeting and making a follow-up to the whole …

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Business Model Canvas: a tool for defining Business Models (part 2)

In my last post, I introduced the tool called Business Model Canvas created by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur and I also explained how this tool might help entrepreneurs and businessmen in the Internet industry to create new business models as they can use it to define and visualize it. …

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An Entrepreneur Blog joins 360° Consulting

The origins of An Entrepreneur Blog date back to 2009, when I created the original Blog in Spanish. Actually this year we’re turning 5 years old, but that’s another story. Throughout these years we’ve had many adventures, changes and more, including the creation of the English version of the Blog, …

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Business Model Canvas: a tool for defining Business Models (part 1)

Some years ago before the Internet, business models where very simple. Typically these models where based on products and services that where paid by a buyer. However Internet and technology changed the reality and today we can find new and innovative business models that transformed markets and the way in …

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My Goals for 2014

We are just a few days away from ending the first month of 2014 and it is an excellent time to restate the goals we have defined for this year. In the first two articles of 2014 I wrote about starting the New Year with the best things and about …

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