If implemented activities should contribute to business, they should be measurable and with a high degree of transparency. But there is no idea in developing activities and go-to-consumer tools, if they are intended to support a wrong or inadequate business model. When we evaluate business models, we focus on 8 elements:
Evaluation: We initiate a process to evaluate where you currently stand.
Comparison: We look into how your competitors' business models stack up compared to yours.
Best practise: We analyse best practise in the industry and add best practise evaluation from other industries and markets.
The futurist approach: Together with our partners, we act as futurists and try to look into the future and spot trends that can be a valuable asset.
The business channels: We analyse the distribution channels to find gaps and potentials.
Exploiting the latent market: With your current products and services, you might only reach a minor size of the total latent market. How can you reach the rest of the potential market? We help you analyse the potential and possibilities.
Analysing the technology and data processes: We analyse the possibilities of leveraging the use of technology and data.
Testing business models: We help you set up a proper environment to test possible modifications to the existing business model before a launch.