Introduction by Stoyan Tanev
Keywords: business ecosystems, implicitly vs. explicitly formulated value propositions, new scaling companies, value proposition, value proposition alignment
The Value Proposition (VP) development practices of a company are an expression of the most fundamental organizing principles of its business (Webster, 2002). It has been defined as “a strategic tool facilitating communication of an organization’s ability to share resources and offer a superior value package to targeted customers” (Payne et al., 2017). At the same time, the concept has been often used casually and applied in a trivial fashion rather than in a more strategic, rigorous and actionable manner. According to Eggert et al.
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