Business Plan on a Page – Workshop 1

25th February 2020 @ 9:30 am - 1:30 pm
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Join small business owners to review or develop your business plan in two supportive and interactive workshops


About this Event
Join Lesley McKie and Grae Laws for two half day workshops to explore your business plan.

In this active learning environment, you will work with peers and other small business owners to share knowledge and provide feedback on your model.

What will I learn?
The Business Model Canvas is a tool that helps you to explore and refine your business model. The one page Canvas is a visual chart of nine essential building blocks that describe how your business creates, delivers and captures value.

Over the course of the morning, Lesley and Grae will help you fill your canvas as you document, discuss and manage your current business model, or design, test and build a new model.

Workshops 1 and 2
In the first workshop you will improve your understanding of all aspects of your business and will create a business plan on a page.

The second workshop will focus on your value proposition and marketing.

You are not required to attend both workshops, although it is strongly recommended you do!

Learn more about Lesley, Grae and how South and Vale Business Support can help you at http://www.svbs.co.uk/business-mentors

Details

Date:
25th February 2020
Time:
9:30 am - 1:30 pm
Cost:
Free
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