Webinar#12: Business models for the Next Generation Internet
When: 27 January 2021 at 10:00AM (CET)
In this webinar session, we will learn about the different types of business models, from the most basic “direct sale” models all the way to software/product-as-a-service and other hybrid models suitable for open source.
We describe the differences and suitability for particular situations. Then, we will assess what these business models could mean for your project and what are the prerequisites to execute them successfully.
Welcome and introduction to TETRA project: NGI Business Accelerator (5 min)
- TETRA services for NGI participants
Ivan FILUS, BIC Bratislava
Introduction to business models (15 min)
- Definition of a business model, its basic features and evolution over time
How do business models differ, when to use which? (15 min)
- Business models that we know today, inspiring examples of various applications.
Business models for non profit? Open source? (10 min)
- Guidance on how to find a fitting business model, how-to’s and advice for not purely profit driven projects
Questions and answers (15 min)
Slavo TULEYA is a "Generation Y" expert on Corporate Innovation and Intrapreneurship. In the past, he gained experience by helping launch Innovation labs such as the SKODA AUTO DigiLab and its related offices in Tel Aviv and Beijing. Slavo lived in 7 countries in the last 7 years and accumulated his experience from Real-Estate, Utilities, and Automotive. He is a Certified Design Sprint Master and founder of the Czechoslovak Service Design Community. Today he continues building new ventures in the field of Digital Native Vertical Brands and Service Design. Companies usually get in touch with Slavo for advice on how to set up internal innovation labs, methodologies, and keynotes on Intrapreneurship.
Ivan FILUS is senior consultant in BIC Bratislava, EU project manager, innovation advisor, financial and administrative coordinator of Enterprise Europe Network in Slovakia, Horizon 2020 National Contact Point for Innovation in SMEs and Access to Risk Finance and the key account manager for all successful EIC Accelerator beneficiaries in Slovakia. He is active in the EU RTD Framework Programmes for research and innovation, project management, financial management, technology transfer, research and innovation policies and strategies, innovation management, SMEs development, business modelling, business planning, financing, regional development, pre-commercial procurement.
Please apply by registering HERE.