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03/07/2011

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Sfrancisatx

If you're interested in describing a business model, I highly recommend reading this:
http://www.bp-3.com/blogs/2010/11/furthering-the-startup-process/

and this directly from steve blank:
http://steveblank.com/2010/10/25/entrepreneurship-as-a-science-%E2%80%93-the-business-modelcustomer-development-stack/

The canvas is a fantastic tool for explaining your business model, and explaining alternatives. If you read back issues (so to speak) of steve's blog he does a great job explaining how to iterate on the business model (what a startup should be doing). Oh! and he's speaking at SXSWi... :)

Julie Hunt

Hey Scott! Really appreciate your adding these references for creating/understanding business models. I agree that Steve Blank's blog is a treasure of info/ideas not just for startups but for businesses that want to transform themselves.
Cheers,
Julie

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