Learn how to visualize your business and it's interrelationships on a single canvas using Business Modeling. Your Business Model can be used to generate an investor pitch, as a preliminary step to develop your Business Plan, or most importantly, use it to manage your business through internal and external changes. In this workshop you will learn how each aspect of your business fits into the business model canvas.
We will discuss your Value Proposition, Customer Segments, Customer Relationships, and the Channels you use to get your value proposition into the hands of the customer. We will then focus on the potential Revenue Stream generated by your value proposition. Next we look at the Key Resourses, Key Activities and the Key Partnerships which affect your Cost Structure. By the end of the workshop you should have created an initial draft of your Business Model.
Instructor: Ed Rappuhn
Ed is a 5-year SCORE mentor. He is a past chapter chair and author of a biweekly small business article for The Tennessean. He has facilitated many SCORE workshops specializing in Business Modeling and Business Planning. He was the EVP and part owner of EFT Source, which personalized debit cards and mailed them to customers for over 2000 banks when sold. Other positions included time as a consultant with Deloitte Haskins and Sells, a Middle School teacher & a computer salesman for Burroughs Corp. His education includes a BBA from MTSU, an MBA from the University of Tennessee, and an MAT from Belmont University.
You can pay $25 now or $30 at the door by credit or debit card.
Walk-in attendees must check the workshop calendar after 6:00 Friday evening before the workshop to see if the workshop is cancelled.
Registered attendees will be notified of any changes or cancellations.
Feel free to bring your own beverage since there are none available within the building during the workshop.
Park and Enter the building from the Lower Level.