Business Model Canvas

If you use the Business Model Canvas—or even if you don’t, you might find this overview of a Jam useful. By the way, the Business Model Canvas would be a great tool to use in your Jam…

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  • Customer segments: who is your Jam targeted towards?
  • Relationship: how do you want to interact with your Jammers: shared ownership, facilitating, free training, masterclass …
  • Channels: how to reach your audience
  • Partnerships: who can help you organize your local Jam + who wants to be associated with the Global and local Jam? E.g., sponsors, local contributers, location, companies …
  • Key activities: what are your activities during a Jam? What does the local host provide for the Jammers: e.g., food, speakers, mentoring …
  • Key resources: what does the local host provide? Material, location, knowledge, experience …
  • Value Proposition: what value do you offer to your stakeholders? E.g., jammers, local community…
  • Costs: what does it cost to organize a jam? Time & money…
  • Revenues: what will you get out of a jam?
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