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Business Model Canvas: 4 Week Series to Plan Your Business Success
Live Event (in person)
business model canvas
Date & Time: January 21, 2023, 9:00am EST
Cost: $0.00
Duration: 2 Hours Language: English


Urban League of Rochester

265 North Clinton Ave.

Rochester, US, 14605

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About the event


These next FOUR Saturday's will be one of the best investment's of time and effort you will put into your business.

Over these next four Saturday morning's we will walk you through your business' Business Model Canvas and help you figure out your path to success and create an action plan to get you there!

In Week 1 we discuss what you are doing, who you are selling to and what makes you unique to your prospects? What problem do you solve for your clients?

In Week 2 we discuss the left side of the canvas diving into Key Partners, Activities and Resources.

In Week 3 we discuss the right side of the canvas: WHO are you selling to and HOW will you communicate with them - what channels will you use to do so?

In Week 4 we discuss your financials - the cost of running your business and the revenue streams that will keep it running.

We may even offer a BONUS week - a DO DAY where you can come in and work on your business with some mentoring!

Either way, you will walk away with a completed Canvas and an Executive Summary or a Capabilities Statement to get you started on your business plan.

Join us from January 21 - February 11 from 9 AM - 11 AM.

Four Saturday's to help you succeed in your business! January 21, January 28, February 4 and February 11

About the presenters
Tamara MacDuff
I am the founder and chief digital strategist for Web Moxie Media, a social media & content strategy company based in Rochester NY.
Read Tamara's full bio
100 State St., Rm 410, Keating Fed Bldg
Rochester, NY 14614
(585) 263-6473

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