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Re-Evaluate Your Value Proposition – Online Workshop

Wed 29 April, 4pm via Zoom 

With COVID-19, your customer needs might have changed but has your Value Proposition? In this workshop we will work through the Value Proposition Canvas, a one page tool you can use to evaluate what your customers need and whether your products and services are (still) meeting those needs.

Join this practical session as we take you through how to use the Value Proposition Canvas tool so that you can use it to:

  • re-evaluate your value propositions in times of change to test if your product/service is continuing to meet your customer needs,
  • pivot your products/services or seek different customers, or
  • to develop new products/services

The Value Proposition Canvas (VP Canvas) is a one page tool developed by Alexander Osterwalder of Strategyzer. It aims to help you ensure that the value you are creating with your product or service is what your customer actually wants.

It is split into two: a Customer Profile Map, where we have the opportunity to evaluate and create hypothesis of what customers need and want; and, a Value Map, where we can ensure that our products and services are meeting those needs.

In this Session you will have the opportunity to work through a version of the VP Canvas online for your own business’ value proposition, with support from Sourdough Facilitators – Ashleigh Camm, Todd Sotheren, Sam Refshauge and Amy Colli along with others in the workshop.

Online Zoom Workshop
Tuesday 28 April
4:00pm-5:30pm

Important information

This workshop is subsidised under the NSW Government’s Tech Savvy Small Business program, part of Smart and Skilled funding, and aims to support small business owners and their staff by providing fully subsidised training in targeted courses.

To be eligible for Smart and Skilled training, you must be:
* An Australian Citizen, permanent resident or humanitarian visa holder, or a New Zealand citizen and
* Be aged 15 years or older, and
* Live or work in NSW, and
* No longer be at school or equivalent

To be eligible for Tech Savvy Small Business training, you must be the above, plus:
* An owner of a small business, OR
* An employee of a small business

A Small Business is defined as a business with:
* 20 employees or less, OR
* An annual turnover of less than $2m

If you do not qualify for the TSSB Subsidy you may qualify for the CSO subsidy:

You must be:

* An Australian Citizen, permanent resident or humanitarian visa holder, or a New Zealand citizen and
* Be aged 15 years or older, and
* Live or work in NSW, and
* No longer be at school or equivalent

You agree to provide evidence of eligibility if required.

If you do not qualify for either subsidy you may still enrol in the workshop without subsidy benefits.

Please note: You may be photographed or filmed for marketing purposes while attending this event. Please advise the organiser if you have questions, concerns, or do not wish this to happen. As an attendee you will be added to the SBP mailing list for event correspondence, follow up and upcoming event information. The option to unsubscribe is available at any time.