Vetting a business model concept requires critical thinking about how the it fits into the industry as a whole. One way to do think about this is by using SWOT analysis to provide a systematic view of the five industry components that affect your business model concept. Industry SWOT analysis helps you anticipate and adjust…Keep reading
In several recent thought posts on vetting a business model concept, I focused on defining the market size and positioning as key elements of a business model concept vetting feasibility analysis. Another key step in the vetting process is to critically think about how you can create/deliver the offered product/service to the identified customer target…Keep reading
In the recent post of this series on vetting your business model concept, I focused on defining the market size as one element in a business model concept vetting feasibility analysis. When discussing market strategy of a business model, it’s inevitable that positioning will be brought up. A company’s positioning strategy is affected by a…Keep reading
Have you been tempted to start a business but don’t because you heard that the large majority of them fail? The biggest reality in business ownership is: about 1/2 (49%) of new businesses fail within the first 5 years. Actually, these are GREAT success results…far better than you get in Los Vegas. The four main…Keep reading
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