Workshop: Business model design: Wien: Why should you attend?

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Why should you attend the workshop?

You need to develop sustainable growth in an organisation. All kinds of organisations, multinational corporations or start-ups, public or non-governmental, universities or local hospitals share the same problem.

Design, create and sustain value of your organisation by connecting design thinking with business model innovation.

Vizuarna developed the workshop Business model design exactly with that kind of problem in mind. To help companies and public organizations design, create and sustain value by connecting design thinking with business model innovation.

Workshop Invent your business model is a must for everybody who would like to spend a day with a tool co-designed by 470 authors from 45 states.

The Business model design workshops’ mail goal is to instil the language of the Business Model Canvas into your daily activities. As a tool, the business model canvas was presented in the book Business Model Generation – co-written by 470 authors from 45 states, Business model generation was named business book of 2011 in Germany. The workshop in Wien is a must for everybody who would like to spend a day learning how to use the Business Model Canvas. At the same time you will have a great opportunity to use the Canvas to design your own ideas, products and services.

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