Business Model Creator
Understanding the strength and vulnerability of your organization
Online brainstorming with stakeholders
Understanding distinctiveness and strength and vulnerability
Concrete tips and tricks for a powerful business model
Easy to use through interactive interface
Business Model Canvas
How to create added value for customers? How do you deliver that value? And how do you profit by it? The business model of an organization gives answers to all 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 propositions, channels, customer relationships, revenue streams, key resources, key activities, key partners and cost structure.
Business Model Canvas by Strategyzer.com (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Business model in 4 steps
In the tool you create your current or future business model. You start with a blank canvas. Step by step you fill the canvas.
In this step we collect all input for the 9 components. Invite colleagues or externals to think along. By involving more people you get rich input and more creativity. First make clear whether you want to describe your current or future business model.
The brainstorming starts with the building block ‘Customer segments’.
All participants can join in the brainstorming individually or together.
Incorporate the input from the brainstorming into a logical business model. Tighten up the wording and make choices. Ask for feedback from colleagues or externals you work with to tighten up your business model.
Edit items to refine the business model.
Ask for feedback and incorporate the comments into the next version.
3. Deep dive
The business model is ready. It describes how your company creates and monetizes value. But how does it relate to your competitors? In what areas you do better, faster or more efficiently than the competition? In this step you analyze your business model.
Complete the checklist to better understand the strength of your business model.
Let colleagues and other stakeholders fill out the checklist as well.
You can 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.