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How to Generate Profitable Business Model Ideas

Do you want to start a business but aren’t sure what the “right” idea is to begin with? Or do you already have a business but are looking for new ideas to create a spin-off?

Then, you’ve likely faced two situations:

You’ve experienced “analysis paralysis,” meaning you spend too much time researching the market, the competition, and looking for innovative ideas that never come.

When you do come up with a business idea, you hesitate to launch it because you’re unsure if it will work, what the profitability will be, and whether it’s worth investing time and money in it.

What if I told you that now you can generate business ideas by answering just one question? What if you could even weigh the outcome to know which is the most profitable, has the least competition, and the lowest entry barriers?

Now you can, thanks to TypeflowAI, a form powered by AI that turns your questions into advanced prompts and generates answers in seconds.

So, if you’re stuck looking for business ideas and don’t want to waste time on initial research, analyzing the competition, or current trends, now you can reach the same conclusions in just one click.

But not just that, you can even get the advice of an expert AI that weighs the ideas for you, evaluates which offers the best profitability, and presents the result in a business model canvas format.

Business Model Ideas Generator

Amazing, right?

And all of that by just answering one question.

Example questions

  • Which sector are you targeting?

Here’s a real example for the organic food category:


Here are five problems and their corresponding solutions:

  • Problem: Increasing allergies and food intolerances.
  • Solution: Develop an online platform offering personalized food products without common allergens, like gluten, lactose, and fructose, leveraging the trend of "free-from" foods (
  • Problem: Growing demand for sustainable and environmentally friendly food options
  • Solution: Create a line of food products using upcycled ingredients, such as cocoa pulp and water, minimizing waste and promoting sustainability (FitOn).
  • Problem: Need for personalization in diet and supplementation.
  • Solution: Develop a personalized nutrition service based on genetic analysis and biomarkers to offer customized dietary and lifestyle recommendations (
  • Problem: Search for dairy alternatives due to dietary preferences and allergies.
  • Solution: Produce and market new plant-based dairy alternatives, like buckwheat milk, responding to the growing demand for dairy diversity (FitOn).
  • Problem: Insufficient offering of functional foods focused on mental and gastrointestinal health.
  • Solution: Launch a range of functional food products rich in prebiotics, probiotics, and adaptogens, designed to improve gut and mental health (FitOn).

Weighing by difficulty level and success potential:

Among the proposed solutions, developing an online platform offering personalized food products without allergens seems to be the simplest and with the highest potential for success.

This is due to the increasing awareness of food allergies and intolerances and the demand for customized products to meet specific dietary needs.

Additionally, this solution can be implemented with a relatively low investment, leveraging existing digital technologies, and has a wide potential market.

Business model canvas for the allergen-free personalized food online platform

  • Customer Segments: People with food allergies or intolerances, individuals looking for healthy and personalized food options.
  • Value Propositions: Offering a wide range of common allergen-free food products, personalized according to the dietary needs of the customer.
  • Channels: Online platform, social media, digital marketing.
  • Customer Relationships: User-based personalization, customer support, online community.
  • Revenue Streams: Sales of food products, premium subscriptions for personalized recommendations, advertising from associated brands.
  • Key Resources: Technological platform, partnerships with food suppliers and nutritionists, allergen and intolerance database.
  • Key Activities: Product curation and personalization, distribution logistics, marketing and promotion.
  • Key Partners: Organic food suppliers, nutrition specialists, online payment platforms.
  • ost Structure: Platform development and maintenance, product acquisition, logistical operations, marketing.
  • Revenue Flows: Direct product sales, subscriptions, advertising, and sponsorships.

This business model leverages trends in personalization, health, and sustainability in food, offering an innovative solution to an existing problem with significant market potential.

As you can see, the possibilities are endless.

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