Assessment | Business Models
The business model canvas is made up of nine parts that, together, end up describing the business model. A business plan shouldn’t be created until this has been done because you need to know what your business model is before you can really create a business plan (Osterwalder et al., 2010). The textbook goes into detail on the aspects of every section of a business model. Supporting statements from research are required and must be cited in APA Format. See grading rubric before starting the assessment.
INSTRUCTIONS: Create a business model for an established business using the template shared in the textbook. You can use a business from the PESTEL Analysis list and/or a business of your own choice. Business choices are listed below:
UBER https://www.uber.com/en-JM/blog/ (Links to an external site.)
Ring https://latam-es.ring.com/pages/doorbells (Links to an external site.)
Green Thumb https://www.gtigrows.com/brands/overview (Links to an external site.)
The required sections that must be included in your Business Model are listed below. KEY PARTNERS
|This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAccuracy of Content
The content developed in each category is an accurate description of the respective section.
|This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCompletion of Content
All section in the required outline were included and completed with a substantial amount of relevant information.
|This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFormat and Organization
The business model is organized and formatted professionally.
|This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEvidence of Research in APA Format
Multiple (3 – 6) credible resources were used throughout the text and cited according to APA Format guidelines. This includes proper in-text citation and full citations in a reference list.
|This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeGrammar
Correct grammar, sentence structure, and spelling.
|Total Points: 100|