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Value Proposition Templates

Value Proposition PowerPoint Templates

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What is a Value Proposition?

Definition

A value proposition is

a clear statement about the
outcomes that a customer
or an organization can
realize from using your
products or services.

What the Value Proposition is NOT

Differentiation

SLOGAN DESCRIPTION INFO

NOT NOT NOT

a slogan or a description an information
catch phrase. of your services about your company,
and passions. product or service.

What is Value?

Examples of delivering value:

 Process improvement
 Saving time
 Saving money
 Helping to make money
 Providing valuable information
 Making someone's day easier

Value Proposition Builder Framework

Six distinct elements that leads directly to the creation of a compelling value proposition.

6. PROOF 1. MARKET 2. VALUE

Substantiated credibility and The specific group of Benefits minus costs, as
believability of your offering customers you are targeting perceived by the customer

5. DIFFERENTIATION VALUE 3. OFFERINGS
PROPOSITION
How you are different from The product / service
and better than alternatives 4. BENEFITS mix you are selling

How your offering delivers
clear customer value

Source: Greener Consulting, Barnes et al (2009)

Value Proposition Builder Framework

Six distinct elements that leads directly to the creation of a compelling value proposition.

Substantiated credibility and 6. 1. The specific group of
believability of your offering PROOF MARKET customers you are targeting

How you are different from 5. VALUE 2. Benefits minus costs, as
and better than alternatives ALTERNA- PROPOSITION VALUE perceived by the customer

How your offering delivers TIVES The product / service
clear customer value mix you are selling
4. 3.
BENEFITS OFFERINGS

Value Proposition Builder Framework

1.
MARKET

6. 2.
PROOF VALUE

VALUE
PROPOSITION

5. 3.
ALTERNA- OFFERINGS

TIVES

4.
BENEFITS

Value Proposition vs. Customer Segment

GAIN GAINS
CREATORS PAINS

PRODUCT CUSTOMER
& SERVICES JOBS

PAIN
RELIEVERS

VALUE PROPOSITION CUSTOMER SEGMENT

Value Proposition

VALUE PROPOSITION
& IDENTIFICATION
TEMPLATES

Creating the Value Proposition

TARGET PROBLEM(S) SCOPE SOLUTION BENEFIT(S)
SEGMENT

The customers The problems The scope that The offering The benefits
and people who they struggle our VP will that is our people can
will buy. with. address. Value Prop. expect.

Components of a strong Value Differentiation

As the basis for closing the Value Perception Gap

VALUABE SELLER VALUE
“I want” & “I need” VALUE PERCEPTION
PROPOSITION
DIFFEENTIATED GAP
“No alternatives are as good”
CUSTOMER
SUBSTANTIATED
“I trust” & “I believe” VALUE
PERCEPTION

DECISION FOUNDATION FOR DECISION
TO SELL TO BUY

HIGH PRICING / LEAD GENERATION

LOYALITY / SALES GROWTH

GROWTH OF MARKET SHARE

Value Proposition Template

The 3 Elements of a winning Value Proposition

Components RESONATE DIFFERENTIATE SUBSTANTIATE CREATES FOUNDATION FOR …
of a strong
Value Proposition “I want” “The best “I trust” Lead generation success
“I need” option?“ “I believe“ New client wins / Loyality

WEAK DIFFICULT TO ABLE TO Premium Pricing
RESONANCE SUBSTITUTE SUBSTANTIATE
WHAT BUYERS SAY …
STRONG EASY TO
RESONANCE SUBSTITUTE “ I don’t Need“
“ Not important enough“
STRONG DIFFICULT TO
Take One RESONANCE SUBSTITUTE ABLE TO “ What’s your best price? “
Away … SUBSTANTIATE “ I can do without you“
“ I’m skeptical“
NOT ABLE TO “ Can’t risk it“
SUBSTANTIATE

Source: RainToday.com (2010)

Value Identification – Template

Product / Service or Feature Function Technical Value Business Value Personal Value

Identify a product or service Identify what Identify how it Identify how it Identify how it
your product does helps from technical helps from business helps from business
perspective perspective perspective

Ten-Point Value Proposition Template – 1/2

Corresponding areas in Figure Functional Responsibility

How will we substantiate our ability to
deliver the resulting customer experience
measurably and specifically?

Over what time frame will the proposition
be delivered to the customer?

How will the value proposition
be communicated internally
and externally?

How will the value proposition
be operationalized throughout
the business?

How will we measure and monitor
the effectiveness of the proposition
on our business?

Ten-Point Value Proposition Template – 1/2

Corresponding areas in Figure Functional Responsibility

Who is the intended customer?

What will the customer’s experience be of
the offering and the company, and what
price will they pay?

What offerings will we create to deliver the
experience to the customer? What purchase
or usage of offerings do we want from the
customer?

What benefits will the customer derive from
the experience and at what cost?

What competing alternatives do the
customers have? How are we different?

Value Comparison Matrix

Analyze your values compared to competitors

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Customer Value Map – Matrix CUSTOMER VALUE MAP

HIGH VALUE MAP HIGH MARKET PERCEICED PRIVE LOW Poor COMPANY 1
value COMPANY 2
Poor
RELATIVE PRICE value COMPANY 3

Excellent COMPANY 4 Excellent
value value
LOW
LOW RELATIVE SATISFACTION HIGH
LOW MARKET-PERCEIVED VALUE HIGH

Customer Value Map – Matrix

HIGH Poor
Value
COMPANY 1

RELATIVE PRICE YOUR COMPANY

COMPANY 3

COMPANY 2 Excellent
Value
LOW
HIGH
LOW RELATIVE SATISFACTION / QUALITY

Competitive Positioning Map

Compare your value against your competitor‘s value to your customers

VALUE A

COMPETITOR 2 COMPETITOR 1
YOUR COMPANY

VALUE D
VALUE B
COMPETITOR 3
COMPETITOR 4 COMPETITOR 5

VALUE C

Priorisation Value Map

Prioritised, real and augmented customer benefits

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Value Proposition – Create a Message Flow

PART 1 (THE HOOK)

DRIVERS GOALS PROBLEMS VALUE PROOF

Internal or external drivers Customer’s goals in light of Obstacles that are preventing Tangible or intangible Similar problem solved for
influencing customer’s these internal them to achieve their goals. benefits they see if you help other customers.
overriding or external drivers. them eliminate these Concrete benefits / ROI.
objectives. obstacles.

PART 2 (THE HOW)

HOW USP COMPETITION OBJECTIONS RESPONSE

How your solution does help Your Unique Selling Your competitor’s approach Questions and objections that Your response to these
solve this problem and deliver Proposition to solve inferior to your approach. your customer could have questions or objections.
these benefits. this problem. about your claims.

Source: Gordana Stok, Content Bridge (2013)

Value Proposition Canvas CUSTOMER

PRODUCT GAINS

GAIN CREATORS

Describe how your products
and services create customer gains

Describe the benefits your
customer expects, desires or
would be surprised by.

PRODUCTS CUSTOMER
& SERVICES JOBS

List all products PAINS Describe what a
and services your specific customer
value proposition Describe negative emotions, segment is trying
ist built around. undesired costs, situtations
and risks. to get done.
Describe how your products and
services elemenate customer pains, negative

emotions or undesired costs and situations.

PAIN RELIEVERS

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Name Name

Ideal customer:

Name

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Value Proposition

CREATING A
VALUE PROPOSITION
STATEMENT

Value Proposition Statement – Template

FOR Text _____________________________________ TARGET CUSTOMER
WHO Text _____________________________________ STATEMENT OF THE NEED
OUR Text _____________________________________ OF OPPORTUNITY
Text _____________________________________ PRODUCT / SERVICE NAME
IS Text _____________________________________ PRODUCT CATEGORY
THAT STATEMENT OF BENEFIT

Source: Geoff Moore

High-Concept Pitch – Template

A high concept pitch distills a startup’s vision into a single sentence. It’s the perfect
tool for fans and investors who are spreading the word about your company.

THE Text _____________________________________ PROVEN INDUSTRY EXAMPLE

FOR / OF Text _____________________________________ FOR / OF NEW DOMAIN

THE FACEBOOK THE FIREFOX OF FLICKR FOR
FOR BUSINESS MEDIA PLAYERS VIDEO

PROS

Source: Venture Hacks

XYZ Value Proposition Statement – Template

X WE HELP _________________________________________________________
Y DO _________________________________________________________
Z DOING _________________________________________________________

Source: Steve Blank

Christensen’s „Jobs to be done“ – Template SAMPLE

ACTION VERB Manage
OBJECT OF ACTION Personal Finances
CONTEXTUAL IDENTIFIER at Home

Source: Clay Christensen

CPS Value Proposition Statement – Template SAMPLE

CUSTOMER I believe my best customers are small and WHO YOUR
medium-sized business (SMB) markets. CUSTOMER IS

PROBLEM Who cannot easily measure campaign ROI because THE PROBLEM
existing solutions are too expensive, complicated to YOUR ARE SOLVING
deploy, display a dizzying array of non-actionable charts.

SOLUTION Low cost, easy to deploy analytics system designed for YOUR SOLUTION
nontechnical marketers who need actionable metrics. FOR THE PROBLEM

Source: Patrick Vlaskovits and Brant Cooper

Elevator Ride „What, How, Why“ – Template SAMPLE

WHAT Free, easy to use STATEMENT OF THE NEED
HOW online OF OPPORTUNITY
WHY managing your money PRODUCT / SERVICE NAME
PRODUCT CATEGORY

“Domain.com is the free, easy way
to manage your money online.”

Source: Dave McClure

Value Positioning „Why, What, Who“ – Template

WHY Superlative ___________ WHY CHOOSE THIS PRODUCT ?
WHAT Label ________________
WHO Qualifiers _____________ WHAT IS THE PRODUCT ?

WHO SOULD CHOOSE THIS
PRODUCT ?

Source: Erik SInk

Short and Sweet – Template

WE HELP BUSINESSES TO
[INSERT TECHNICAL, BUSINESS
OR PERSONAL VALUE]

Sample: We help businesses to decrease
costs of goods sold and administrative time.

Connect Business Value with Technical Value
– Template

WE HELP BUSINESSES TO
[BUSINESS VALUE] AN DO THIS BY
[TECHNICAL VALUE]

Sample: We help businesses to decrease costs of goods
sold as well as administrative time and do this by improving
their ability to effectively manage their inventory levels.

Connect Technical Value with Business Value
– Template

WE HELP BUSINESSES TO
[TECHNICAL VALUE] AND THIS OFTEN
LEADS TO [BUSINESS VALUE]

Sample: We help businesses to improve their ability to effectively manage their
inventory levels and this often leads to a decrease
in cost of goods sold as well as administrative time.

Connect the Product with Value – Template

WE PROVIDE [INSERT PRODUCT]
AND THIS HELPS BUSINESSES TO
[TECHNICAL OR BUSINESS VALUE]

Sample: We provide inventory management software and this
helps businesses to decrease their cost of goods sold and decrease
administrative time.

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