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Keywords: Diagramming, Business Diagrams, Value Proposition Canvas
Value Proposition Canvas
The Value Proposition Canvas was developed in complement to the Business Model Canvas by Alexander Osterwalder to ensure that there is a fit between a business' product or service and the target market. The Value Proposition Canvas is a detailed look of two parts or "building blocks" of Osterwalder's Business Model Canvas - the Customer Segment and Value Propositions. The Value Proposition is used when there is a need to refine an existing product and/or service, and where a new offering is being developed. The focus is on understanding customer's problems and producing relevant products or services to solve them.
This page was last edited on 04/12/2021.