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What is Your Business Model?

What is Your Business Model?

Tuesday, 2 July 2013, 6 – 7PM @ Hub Sydney

**Please visit the eventbrite page here to reserve you free ticket**

Without a business model even the best business ideas face failure.

As a new business/entrepreneur or an established not-for-profit or business looking to re-define itself, most business schools will agree understanding what your business model is should be one of the first things you identify.

What business schools have little consensus over however, is what exactly is the definition of a ‘business model’ and what should it cover? The complexity of this question is particularly exacerbated for social entrepreneurs and not-for-profits.

This practical class will teach you how to define and structure your next big idea or stagnating existing business as a business model – and it’s not in a 10-20 page document either.

Topics Covered

In this class, you’ll learn:

  • Identifying your businesses’ ‘why’ and how to communicate it
  • How to develop a solid, unique business idea and move forward with
  • A background on traditional business models
  • How to create a business model and multiple contingencies quickly and effectively
  • Tools that will help you track your success

Tags: Business model planning, Idea Crystallization, cost/revenue structure, channels to market, customer value proposition

How to Get to the Hub

101 William Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010

By Car:
Paid parking available at multiple locations nearby; Secure Parking 70 Riley St, Darlinghurst

By Train:
7min walk from Kings Cross Station, 550m walk.

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    June 25, 2013

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    June 25, 2013

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