Improving your chances for a successful commercialization through business model experimentation and validation
Do you want to find out how AAL projects can also apply these new principles to rapidly design and test business models and value propositions that are viable in the future’s AAL markets?
Do you want to learn how to validate if your project is heading towards the right direction?
Are you part of a project currently or previously funded by the AAL Programme?
Register for this workshop organized in the framework of the AAL2Business Support Action. It is an initiative conceived for people interested in learning and discussing how business models can be designed and their viability validated within the framework of an AAL projects. The training will focus on the design of business models with highly iterative methods. You will learn how to validate business models and value propositions in small groups together with business experts, who will provide support and mentoring during the whole duration of the workshop. All the participants will have to share challenges and good practices in business development as well.
The event will take place in Lisbon on November 23rd, 2016. Registration is free of charge.
- Link to registration form: https://response.questback.com/teknologiantutkimuskeskusvttoy/p7i2teudpf
- DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATIONS: 23.10.2016
FEEDBACK FROM THE PREVIOUS PARTICIPANTS OF AAL2BUSINESS WORKSHOPS:
“I have several years of experience in business modeling, but I must admit I learned interesting stuff with the lean start-up approach”
“I’m coordinating a Horizon 2020 project and I’m using the Canvas for the business model definition. I decided to use it after participating in the workshop.”
“Best in the workshop was to find out the methodology to develop value propositions according to the customer segment of interest. To understand that the customer segments don’t necessarily have interest for the same value propositions. So the value proposition canvas was a novelty for me and my company.”
“The method of Lean Startup with hypotheses and Test cards. The method is very easy to use on the field and learn much about the business model that we develop.”
“We liked very much working in the small groups and working on a real project data.”
“Active participation of participants was amazing. I think preparation of the coach and engaging the participants are critical.”
“Simple, well established practical tools.”
NOTE! Workshop participant’s organization must be or must have been participating in a project under AAL Program! (Calls 1-6 or Call 2014-2015)