Have you already created a business model for a great new business idea? Congratulations! Ask yourself: does it look overly optimistic?
Most of the original business models that I saw are just very bright and rosy. The reasons may be different — not everything has taken into account, distorted information about the market (often too optimistic), lack of planning skills, etc. — but the consequences are always the same: the money for development quickly runs out. This leads to a frantic search for new investors / partners / loans and slows down the development of a potentially successful business.
To avoid the very typical and frequent mistakes of the most startups, I can help fine-tune a business model. As a result, you will
- get accurate image of the planned business that answers the question “How do we earn”
- be able to plan your steps (draft a business plan, timeline, objectives, financing)
- determine the resources required to make it a reality (financial model, step-by-step costs, revenue, profit)
- understand and explain to investors how to make money on your idea
The good business model should answer questions about customers, value proposition, revenue forecasts, and competition. In addition, it must be consistent and provide you with a profit.
Options for my help may vary:
- consultation and discussion — an easy and quick way to eliminate blunders and lay the right foundation
- working together on a business model — your ideas + my expertise and experience
- complete development, including research and analysis of diverse information about the market, customers, industries, competitors, etc.
My work has already helped the companies, operating in 11 countries and 137 cities