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TOPICS OF DISCUSSION IN THE BM HUB - IMPORTANT MESSAGE

The Hub is a community of discovery and discussion for business model innovation and, in particular, the use of the Business Model Generation and Value Proposition design tools and approaches. Discussions and postings in the hub have taken a decidedly wrong turn discussing general business behaviour such as SEO and administration. We are therefore required to intervene and curate the discussion to bring them back into alignment with the goals of this community.

We will not accept discussions other than on business innovation, business models, and value proposition design.

DATES CONFIRMED FOR BUSINESS MODEL GENERATION MASTERCLASS SESSIONS:

On the Strategyzer web site they have announced a schedule for the 2-day Masterclass workshops with Alex. The workshop is a tremendous opportunity to spend time with the BMG guru gaining insights and ideas. Some of the sessions will be led by Strategyzer certified trainers (noted below).

Firm dates:

Melbourne, Australia - 2017 Dates TBA (delivered by Greg Bernarda)

Berlin, Germany - September 7-8, 2017

London, England - October 26-27, 2017

Munich, Germany - November 16-17, 2017 (in German, delivered by Christian Doll)

Boston, USA - fall 2017 TBD

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The Business Model Innovation Hub is where the management book bestseller Business Model Generation was written in collaboration with 470 participants.

Now the Hub is open to every visionary game changer, and challenger interested in business models. It is the place to be to exchange knowledge and experience on business model innovation.

Let us create value together and make outmoded business models history.

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