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The value of business modeling as a strategic tool is often underestimated. Companies mainly focus on products & services and do not always question the way in which you create value.
Commemorating your business model is first and foremost a strategic thinking exercise. Can you continue to create value for your customers and is your business model ‘fit’ for the future?
The course teaches you to question your current business model and develop alternative new business models that enable you to respond to the rapid technological developments and continuously changing needs of your customer or to approach new customer groups. We look at relevant megatrends & technologies and translate these via new business models into opportunities and threats for your company.
After this interactive and energetic training you will receive inspiration and tools to make your business model future-proof. You generate new business models that can drastically change your way of working: new services or products, distribution channels, technologies, markets, other target groups, …
The Business Model Fitness course is for business managers, entrepreneurs, innovation managers, marketing managers, (online) marketers, e-commerce managers, product managers, business unit managers and other professionals. In short, for everyone who wants to create real value for customers and users in the long term.
Participation € 495 *
* You can use the SME portfolio for this training (30 to 40% subsidy for Flemish SMEs). Our registration number for training is DV.O226136. More info via this link.
The Beacon – third floor
St. Pietersvliet 7, B-2000 Antwerp
Parking on the Jordaenskaai or under the building (if still free places).
Timmy Baert is an expert in the development of new strategies and business models. As a former founder of Signpost, business analyst at Hedgren and a consultant at Deloitte, he really approaches it from the customer and the user. His creative and confrontational approach helps participants look beyond the boundaries of their own business model.