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Business model Generation workshop

BusinessByDesign Workshop by Jackie Caniza

Mompreneur Meet Up: BusinessByDesign Workshop by Jackie CanizaThis workshop is based on the book, Business Model Generation by Alexander Osterwalder and Yves Pigneur and is applicable for new and existing mompreneur businesses.

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Happening on May 10, 2014, Saturday, 830am to 12nn, this BusinessByDesign Workshop will help mompreneurs to view their businesses through a one-page framework that captures all the critical components of their business model. The venue is at The Crib, at Fun Ranch in Ortigas Pasig.

Whether it is to create an entirely new model or review and revise an existing one, this framework will help participants think about its business components in a simple yet effective way. Most importantly, they will be able to clearly identify what makes their business different.

At the end of the workshop, mompreneurs will be able to:
1. Understand the basic components of the business model canvas
2. Apply the model through company case studies
3. Begin to draft their own business models with a key focus on the value proposition
4. Begin to evaluate their business models against some innovation criteria

Mompreneur Meet Up Poster-Final-Jackie CanizaProgram Outline
- Introduction
- Components of the Business Model Canvas
- Case studies
- Drafting a business model
- The value proposition
- Evaluating business models
- Action planning

About the speaker
Jackie is backed by over 15 years of experience as a Human Resources executive in the world’s largest company for women. She trained at CoachU in Singapore, at the MIT Sloan School of Management in Cambridge, Massachusetts and is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF).


Sign up now for this Mompreneur Meet Up! Limited slots available.

Registration fee is at P 800 inclusive of workshop materials, handouts and snack.

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