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Understanding the Business Model & Value Canvas (Hybrid Event)

22nd February 2023 @ 13:00 pm - 14:00 pm

Having and creating a good ‘Business Model Canvas’ can really help your business grow and succeed. Learn how to create or improve your Business Model Canvas.

The Business Model Canvas is key to business planning and success, it is a strategic management tool that gives you a visual representation of a business model. It helps business owners have a better understanding of their business and make beneficial adjustments where necessary. While the Value Proposition Canvas narrows the Business Model Canvas down to its value proposition and explains the gains, pains, and jobs of the customer and how the business can tackle them.

During this 1-hour seminar, we will go over the following:

  • The definition of Business Model Canvas and Value Proposition Canvas with practical examples
  • How to apply them in business planning and analysis
  • Explaining the core functions of a business


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Booking details:

This is a hybrid workshop, free to join and open to all. We’ll be hosting this seminar at the Kent History and Library Centre, Maidstone, and live online via zoom. The link for zoom will be sent a couple of days before your event starts, and a reminder link will be sent 10 minutes before it starts.

There will be an opportunity afterward to tour the BIPC Kent hub, network with fellow attendees, and talk to our BIPC Kent staff members to learn more about BIPC Kent and what we have to offer.

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Kent History & Library Centre
James Whatman Way
Maidstone, Kent ME14 1LQ United Kingdom
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