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Business model description
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Business model

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide titled "Business model" illustrates a simple framework to describe a business's operation. The slide contains a placeholder for describing the business workings, what it provides, and who is involved. There are two main sections: "Your team, partners," which explains who is behind the product or service, and "Customers," indicating the target market or beneficiaries, such as kids or writers. Each section points to a central box labeled "Your product," signifying what the business provides, which in turn leads to another box indicating what the product provides to the customers.

Graphical Look

  • The slide title "Business model" is in a large, bold font centered at the top of the slide.
  • Two text blocks labeled "Your team, partners" and "Customers" are positioned on the left and right of the slide, respectively.
  • Stick-figure icons represent the team/partners and customers next to their respective text labels.
  • Two large arrows lead from the "Your team, partners" and to "Customers" text blocks, pointing toward a central rectangular shape.
  • The central rectangle labeled "Your product" indicates the core focus of the slide.
  • Another arrow flows from the "Your product" rectangle indicating what the product provides to the customers.
  • Gray and blue are the primary colors used, with a light background.

The slide is designed with a clean and professional look, using simple graphics to effectively illustrate the core elements of a business model. It's visually balanced, with equal weight given to both the input (team, partners) and the output (customers) sides of the business model.

Use Cases

  • To introduce or outline a company's business model during a business plan presentation or investor pitch.
  • For internal meetings to align team members on the value proposition and target audience.
  • In educational settings to explain the concept of a business model to students or trainees.
  • As a discussion starter for workshops focusing on business development or innovation .

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