In the most recent paper published in the Journal of Business Models (JoBM) by Alina Margolina and René Bohnsack from the Business Model Design Lab at Católica-Lisbon, the authors describe the design and content of a blended-learning business model course. The authors show that when it comes to teaching business models for new ventures, it
Last week, the Smart City Innovation Lab conducted a business modeling workshop with partners from three out of ten pilots participating in the inteGRIDy project – Terni (Italy), San Severino (Italy) and Ploiesti (Romania). The workshop took place in Terni (Italy) and was kindly hosted by ASM Terni, our partner in inteGRIDy. The objective of
Would you like to internationalize with your innovative idea and business model, but not sure what markets are suitable? Or would you like to develop your business model to fit a particular market(s) right from the start? Join us for the webinar on September 11, at 10:00 CEST, where we will talk about how the
The Smart City Innovation Lab was invited to guide and inspire 25 teams at the 7th edition of BET24 Startup Challenge 1.0. What are investors looking for? Exactly – significant return potential at minimum risk. However, “risk” is a broad term compared to the five specific startup failures investors are looking to avoid: product risk,
The Smart City Innovation Lab guided 60 international students on an Urban Innovation Workshop with the aim of agilely learning more about innovation and venture creation. Alina Margolina opened the session with a keynote on what is business model innovation and how a pattern-based approach can simplify the process of business model innovation, introducing the
The Smart Business Modeler was presented at the Bosch BMI Summit 2018 and received positive feedback. The Smart City Innovation Lab appreciates the important and valuable questions received and is looking forward to demonstrating the SBM to everyone interested.