Free resources are aimed to provide entrepreneurs with do-it-yourself (DIY) tools for business analysis.
You will find here materials for different stages of business growth, from idea testing to investment and scaling. How to understand if your product has a market hit? Where to position yourself vis-à-vis competitors? Which strategic planning tools to use? What information is important for your investor pitch?
If you have a specific business question and just need a framework to address it, browse our free library of infographics, tools, and templates. It is based on Olga’s extensive experience in strategy and business development that she transformed into the start-up world.
As experience sharing is a part of ex-change.space mission, Olga offers part of her knowledge on complimentary basis as a way to support entrepreneurial community.
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Business Ecosystems check-list
Dynamic or unstable? Flexible or shapeless? Self-regulated or disorganized? Business ecosystems are complex to manage. Design yours successfully with this check-list.
Partner fit test
Dysfunctional business partnerships could lead to loss of market opportunities, decreased profitability and burned-out teams. Choose your partner wisely with this easy test.
Start-up due diligence check-list
No only VCs benefit from startup due diligence. If you are joining as a Board member, angel investor or a key member of management team, use this simple checklist
Business model frameworks
1 in 5 start-ups fails due to the flawed business model. Use these frameworks to choose the best model and improve your company’s long-term profitability outlook.
Product pitch template
Can you effectively present your product to a potential customer in less than 30 seconds? Use this easy template to craft a perfect pitch.
Strategic planning tools
Which framework to use for your business strategy? Get best templates for market and competition analysis, product portfolio and growth axes.
Customer segmentation (Infographics)
Your target customer is the one whose problem you solve. So the more precise view you have of your ideal customers, the faster you’ll be able to reach them and help.
Product-market fit test
Developing a new product or feature could be time and resource consuming. Therefore, it is always better to get a market validation beforehand.
Competition analysis matrix
How do you position yourself in the market? Your business profitability directly depends on finding a gap between customer needs and competitive offers.