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Business Essentials Part 2: Business Model Canvas
Live Event (in person)
Date & Time: March 23, 2023, 11:30am MST
Cost: $0.00
Duration: 90 minutes Language: English



635 E. Broadway Road

Mesa, US, 85204

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About the event

You don't need a complex, multi-page business plan unless you are looking for funding! A one-page Business Model Canvas will help you prepare for long term success by identifying and testing key assumptions about customers, partners, sales and essential resources. 

Create, Deliver and Capture Value using the Business Model Canvas. 

In this webinar, you will see how a one-page working model can help get you and keep you on track to start, grow, or scale your business.

You will learn how to:

  • Discover who your customers are
  • Identify the problems or pain points that you can help your customers solve or alleviate
  • Understand how to connect and build relationships with customers
  • Uncover the resources and partners you will need to succeed
  • Determine the costs and revenues that lead to profitability
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Mesa Community Action Network (MesaCAN)

The MesaCAN Economic Development Program provides placemaking and financial resources for low and moderate income individuals. Affordable small business workshops in-person and online are available through our partnership with Greater Phoenix SCORE.

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About the presenters
Steve Engelhardt
Stephen Engelhardt
As a SCORE Mentor, Steve helps small business owners and entrepreneurs with all aspects of running a business, including finances, operations and marketing. Over the course of Steve’s career, he gained experience working in companies from small businesses to Fortune 500 enterprises engaged in business across all industries.
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