Creative Business Model Development
To run an efficient and profitable business you need to have a sound and working Business Model.
In a creative and stimulating way, this workshop will help you to answer all your strategic questions and to define the very backbone of your creative business.
Using our visual tool called the Creative Business Model Canvas, developed to suit the specifics and nuances of the Creative Sector, we will walk you through the all-important aspects that will help your business to operate smoothly and to succeed.
The checklist below will help you to get in the right headspace:
- What is your value proposition – how does your product/service solve your customers’ problem, need or improves their situation?
- What is your target market? Who are your customers? How much are they willing to pay for your work?
- What is your proposed route to market?
- Who are your competitors? Why is your work better than what is currently been offered?
- What is your financial model? Do you need an investment?
- What other resources, skills and assets do you need to take your business forward?
- Is your business scalable, does it have sufficient room to grow?
All these questions will not only help you to determine if your idea has the potential to become a business but they also allow you to quickly work out some of the kinks and evolve to a more effective business model for the short, medium or long term perspective.
Our Creative Business Model Canvas will give you a visual reference to work from and a flexible tool that you can use yourself in the future. You will also save yourself weeks spent on writing a rigid business plan that nobody will ever read.
We will lead the whole process and provide you with the feedback you need. You will get a chance to discuss your ideas and challenges with us and a small group of other photographers developing their own endeavours and who are always happy to share their experiences.
- Duration: 1 Day
- Price: Full – €125
- Early Bird – €85
The programme is 100% attendance, the number of participants is limited to 15
What Will You Learn:
- How to apply the newest entrepreneurial tools.
- What blocks form a business model.
- How to assess whether an idea has the potential to become a business.
- Have the whole strategy backbone of your business on one sheet in a flexible and visual format
What You Will Need
- Materials will be provided.
Programme & Timetable
|9.00 – 9.30am||Arrival & Registration|
|9.30 – 11.00am||The Creative Business Model|
|11.15am – 12.45pm||The value you give|
|12.45 – 1.45pm||Lunch Break|
|1.45 – 3.15pm||Who are your customers and how do you reach them|
|3.30 – 5.00pm||Who do you need help from?|
|5.00 – 6.00pm||Costs & Revenue|
The Tutors & Speakers
The Tutors & Speakers
Co-Founder of the Creative and Artistic Entrepreneurs Academy
Entrepreneur and Innovator with 25 years of work experience as CEO, Manager, Cultural Leader, Mentor & Educator.
Regular guest speaker and lecturer at conferences, in higher education institutions and for the media in Europe and in Ireland. Monika’s recent talks include University Business Forum, in Oct’16 in San Sebastian; Creative Business Cup in Copenhagen, University of Pecs, Hungary, Trinity College Dublin, Univesity College Dublin and Dublin Institute of Technology.
Monika’s mentoring and coaching expertise includes Start-up support, Business Strategy, Value Proporsition and USP, Stakeholders Relationships, Fundraising, EU Funding – grant writing and grant applications’ review, Audience & Customers’ base development, Market reaseach.
Recipient of the Merit to Polish Culture awarded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland as well as Main Awardee of the Arthur Guinness Fund.
Head of Creative Entrepreneurship, Creative and Artistic Entrepreneurs Academy
Ian has over 15 years’ senior management and entrepreneurial experience in the Arts, creative and technology Sectors and 4 years’ experience working with Local Government, Local Enterprise Offices, Local Arts Offices, Arts Organisations and Venues, Universities, Businesses and Community Groups throughout Ireland, auditing and engaging the artistic and creative community within specific geographic regions.
Currently Ian is working on advising and designing sustainable projects that utilise art and creativity as the main driver to effect sustainable economic and social change. He also teaches and mentors artistic and creative entrepreneurship training to adult learners and undergraduate students.
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