Virtual Seminar: Business Modelling (Helsinki)

Seminar: Business Modelling (Helsinki)

Business modelling is a crucial element for business innovation. This applies for both startups and established companies. The relevance is even more important when digital transformation and deep tech innovations are reshaping the way business is done.  Hence, take your chance to learn all about business modelling in the five-days EIT Digital Doctoral School seminar.

Date: 23-27 March
Location: This seminar will be given completely online, powered by the EIT Digital Budapest CLC
You will receive the link for attending the online seminar after completing the registration.

Open Innovation House 2nd floor
Maarintie 6 (called previously Otaniementie 19B)
02150 Espoo, Helsinki

Key learnings

The aim of this seminar is to bring participants the necessary concepts, methods and tools:

  1. To conduct an iterative business design process, with a customer/user-centric perspective, including, among others aspects, value proposition, product-market fit, customer validation, minimum viable product, business modelling, and revenue modelling.
  2. For a new entre- / intra-preneurial project in different organizational contexts
  3. Integrating values to stakeholders, to societal and ecological systems
  4. Taking into account intellectual property strategies and protection

Who can attend?

The Seminar will be of interest for researchers, engineers, entrepreneurs,  PhD students and professionals form R&D and Technology Transfer organisation. The five days training is mandatory for second or third year EIT Digital Doctoral School industrial doctorate students.

Seminars

The seminar is part of the seminar cyclus of the EIT Digital industrial doctorate programme in where students work on an industry assignment under academic supervision of a university. In total there are five seminars. All seminars of the EIT digital Doctoral school, focus on enhancing innovation and entrepreneurial skills, leadership skills and digital transformation skills. In addition, seminar specific topics will be addressed.

Format

The format of the seminar Business Modelling leans on a blended format. This means that prior to the five-day seminar on location, each participant is tasked to follow online modules. This is to ensure that all participants are on the same level to interact in class and are equally receptive to the learnings provided.  For the quality reason the amount of participant is also limited to a maximum of twenty learners.

FEE and SEATS

In 2020, EIT Digital is giving away some seats for external participants of the seminars. There are limited seats available. Each participant will receive a EIT Digital Certificate.

Sign up for the seminar Business Change or one of the other seminars here: http://bit.ly/IDSLseminars

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