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Managing successful business model innovation in manufacturing - London

ESRC Social Science Week 2011: 29 0ctober - 5 November 2011

3 November 2011

Event convened by Bruce Tether, AIM Ghoshal Fellow together with Martin Spring/AIM Services Fellow and Andrew Davis/AIM Innovation Fellow

This event was co-hosted by AIM-Research and the UK~IRC and was part of the ESRC Social Science Week 2011.

Time: 5.30pm to 7.30pm

Location: Business School, Imperial College, South Kensington Campus, London, SW7 2AZ

Festival Flyer: click here

This event presented and discussed research that is examining the changing nature and competitiveness of manufacturing firms, particularly focusing on the role of business model innovation, shifting products to services and building platforms for integrated solutions. The target audience was managers of product-based firms, particularly those interested in changing their business models from products to services and solutions.

Event Programme: click here

5:30 – Welcome and brief introduction by Bruce Tether

5:35 – research findings by Bruce Tether

5:55 – research findings by Martin Spring

6:15 – research findings by Andrew Davies

6:35 – discussion with the audience to 7pm

7.00 drinks and networking


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