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Business Model Innovation

A 2008 IBM Survey of corporate CEOs reported that over 50% of executives believe that business model innovation will become more important for business success than product or service innovation. The problem is that few companies understand their existing business model well enough (the premise behind its development, its natural interdependencies and its strengths / limitations).

At FENCI Consulting we can help you understand better your existing business model- looking at your Customer Value Proposition (CVP), Profit Formula, Key Processes and Key Resources- and how to innovate it within the context of market trends and preferences. 

If interested in the subject read the following article: 

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20100304/business/what-is-your-business-model.296566 

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