An amazing startup idea got into your head but you’re struggling with validating it because you don't have enough data? Did you hear the magic word "canvas" but have no idea how to approach the beast? In general, canvases are awesome tools for brainstorming about your business that make you stay concise: they are a one page document. There are several well known canvases available: the Business Model Canvas, the Value Proposition Canvas, the Problem Statement Canvas, etc. Here's the link to all the templates
in case you want to get started right away. But do read up for more advice.
In this article we will describe the Business Model Canvas in detail. We will not only give you a clearer picture of how to approach filling in the Business Model Canvas, but we will also share an editable template of the Business Model Canvas and tell you about our own canvas that we created for those who are not yet ready for the Business Model One.
TL;DR: Here's the template of the BMC
that you can fill in using Canva (if you still don't use this tool, start immediately. It's going to change your life and it is free). If that template is too complicated for you because you don't have any data yet, start with the F/MS Canvas that we built specially for aspiring entrepreneurs like you. Here's the template